The Electronic Funds Transfer Association is recommending that banks actively communicate their preparations and readiness for the year-2000 computer problem.

"The public needs to know that the financial industry has worked closely with federal regulators to avoid complications caused by the so-called Y2K problem," said H. Kurt Helwig, executive director of the association, which put the issue on the agenda for its board meeting last Tuesday.

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