After 60 years of operating as a thrift-insurance cooperative, Savings Banks Life Insurance Fund of New York is planning a makeover.

Bankers say the organization, now owned by 16 savings banks, is planning to recast itself as a mutual insurance company-a move that would let it broaden both its product line and geographic scope. Right now, SBLI Fund offers only low-cost life insurance, and only in New York State.

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