The state's acting superintendent of banks, Elizabeth McCaul, said Tuesday that 97% of financial institutions her agency regulates have received satisfactory year-2000 ratings.

"Only a small minority of banks has fallen behind schedule," she told members of the New York State Bar Association. "These few institutions are subject to an enhanced monitoring program and may be subject to enforcement actions if warranted."

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