Recapping his year as chairman of the Senate Banking Committee, Sen. Alfonse M. D'Amato this week called 1995 "productive and successful." But for banks, the committee's work was underwhelming.

The banking committee spent much of last year investigating Whitewater, the Mexican peso crisis, and the downfall of Daiwa Bank, leaving little time for banking legislation.

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