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SAN DIEGO – Investment banker Peter Duffy said the recent conversion of insurers and investment bank firms to bank and thrift charters is yet another sign that banks enjoy a competitive edge. Duffy’s firm, New York-based Sandler O’Neill & Partners, was involved in the recent conversions of Lincoln National and Genworth Financial, although Duffy said he was not personally involved.

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