Nearly all countries require banks to maintain internal controls and conduct periodic audits of their foreign operations, according to a study just released by the Institute of International Bankers.

The 158-page study did not compare the systems from country to country. But a review of each nation's standards shows that most require banks to follow the country's generally accepted accounting standards.

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