A New York state-chartered thrift is converting to a commercial bank in an effort to gain access to the state's $10 billion public deposits market.

The move by $1.1 billion-asset Binghamton Savings Bank is designed to resolve a nagging problem for the thrift, which hasn't been able to attract enough deposits in some of its outer markets despite success in lending there.

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