One of the country's top banking regulators warned that banks will have to step up their internal controls in the wake of the Daiwa scandal.

But Robert McCormick, the deputy superintendent in charge of supervising foreign banks for the New York State Banking Department, added that it is unlikely new state or federal regulations will be put into effect to curb the activities of rogue traders.

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