New York banks are seeking to achieve parity with their nationally chartered peers by getting the state's board-meetings minimum reduced, which they say would make them more flexible and better able to draw quality executives.

The New York Bankers Association is asking the state banking commissioner to make the minimum six a year instead of 10. National banks have no such minimums and many states have recently lifted them.

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