Money-center banks are shifting billions of dollars in corporate payments away from the Federal Reserve's funds-transfer system to the privately owned Chips network, according to statistics released this week.

The shift is at least partly due to a controversial Fed plan to charge for intraday credit over its Fed Wire system, according to bankers and officials at the New York Clearing House Association, which runs the Chips network for its bank owners.

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