The New York State Banking Department has issued $153 million to thrift creditors of Nationar, more than 16 months after the New York City check-processing company was seized by regulators.

State Banking Superintendent Neil D. Levin, following a ruling by state Supreme Court Justice Beatrice Shainswit, on June 26 issued about $113.7 million to satisfy 168 priority claims, mostly from thrifts. An additional $39.1 million was disbursed for 420 nonpriority claims.

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