On July 26, New York's Gov. Mario Cuomo signed into law a bill embodying the state Banking Department's program for supervision and liquidation of foreign bank branches and agencies.

These banking law amendments are of special interest to state-licensed offices of foreign banks. But the law is perhaps of even greater concern to those who deal with those offices, as it calls for rethinking some presuppositions about branch responsibilities.

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