Banking and thrift regulators warned Monday that trust departments must conduct separate reviews for year-2000 computer bugs.

In a letter sent to all banks and thrifts, regulators said specific areas of concern are: account and asset administration, third-party service providers, counterparties to financial deals, automated systems that make securities transfers and compute dividends, and client disclosures.

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