The National Credit Union Administration should keep out of attempts by state-chartered credit unions to convert to thrift charters, a group of state regulators said.

Douglas Duerr, president of the National Association of State Chartered Credit Unions, said any bid by the agency to get final approval power over charter conversions by federally insured credit unions would be "an inappropriate reach into state authority."

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