The New York State Banking Board is preparing to relax stock repurchase restrictions for state-chartered thrifts, many of which are loaded with excess capital.

The board is expected to vote Dec. 3 on a proposal that would let state thrifts buy back stock six months after a mutual-to-stock conversion. State thrifts now must wait one year to repurchase stock.

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