Several months after national banks and trust companies won the right to perform as trustees in any state, state-chartered institutions and their regulators are defending their turf.

The Conference of State Bank Supervisors last week distributed to its members a draft proposal designed to help them maintain authority over out- of-state institutions operating or marketing trust management in their respective states.

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