New York Banking Law

Sec. § 204
Reports of Foreign Banking Corporations; Penalties

Every foreign banking corporation licensed by the superintendent to engage in business in this state, shall at such times and in such form as the superintendent shall prescribe, make written reports to the superintendent under the oath of one of its officers, managers or agents transacting business in this state, showing the amount of its assets and liabilities and containing such other matters as the superintendent shall prescribe. If any such corporation shall fail to make any such report as directed by the superintendent, it shall be subject to the penalties prescribed by section one hundred twenty-five of this chapter, and any false statement contained in any such report or in any other sworn statement made to the superintendent by such corporation in pursuance of the provisions of this chapter shall constitute perjury. Nothing herein contained shall be deemed to modify the prohibitions of section one hundred thirty-one of this chapter.

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