Unhappy with what they say is unfair competition for coveted municipal deposits, New York State's community bankers are asking for more stringent regulation of indirect municipal investment pools.

The bankers complain that lighter regulation saves money for investment pools run by third parties, letting them offer higher yields on some products to entice municipalities away from banks.

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