Ohio's top bank regulator plans to draft legislation this summer that would permit community banks to form and run joint trust companies.

State law currently prohibits the formation of independent trust companies. The proposal would allow a group of community banks to capitalize an independent trust company to serve their customers. It would also permit nonbanks to form trust companies.

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