The Federal Reserve Board has given Japan's Sumitomo Bank permission to open a second branch in New York City.

The Osaka-based bank, which controls $528 billion of assets, already operates branches in Los Angeles, San Francisco, Honolulu, Chicago, and New York. The just-approved New York branch would accept only deposits that are incidental to international business transactions.

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