The trade group for state banking regulators is pushing a proposal that would give examiners the power to conduct inspections of out-of-state banks that operate within their borders.

The far-reaching measure, which has been proposed by the Conference of State Bank Supervisors, would allow state regulators to examine banks chartered by another state that branch into their state. National banks would not fall under the proposal.

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