The New York State Banking Department backed off plans Thursday to require independent audits of foreign bank branches and agencies every three years.

Releasing a new proposed rule for a 30-day comment period, the banking department also dropped plans to require independent auditors to attest that the foreign bank office has adequate internal controls.

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