To ensure that New York's state-chartered banks don't lose ground, regulators there are seeking authority to match powers granted to national banks.

New York Banking Superintendent Neil D. Levin said interstate branching rules that become effective in June and new powers approved by the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency are making a national charter increasingly attractive.

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