As foreign banks have expanded their operations over the past few, years, the Institute of International Bankers, the main association representing this group of banks, has adopted an inceasingly prominent role.

Set up in 1966, the New York-based association has around 230 members out of nearly 300 foreign banks with offices in the United States.

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