The New York State Banking Department issued an advisory letter Monday explaining how state-chartered institutions can sell insurance in the Empire State.

The six-page letter addresses two components to the application process. The first section explains how the department will review requests to sell insurance and what role the insurance commissioner will play. The second reviews the disclosure, consumer compliance, and staffing issues that a bank must address.

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