New York Banking Law

Sec. § 223-A
Establishment of Branches by Out-of-state Banks by De Novo Branching

§ 223-a. Establishment of branches by out-of-state banks by de novo branching. In addition to the authority of an out-of-state bank to maintain a branch or branches by means of an acquisition transaction, an out-of-state bank may establish one or more de novo branches in this state; provided, however, that an out-of-state state bank shall obtain the superintendent’s prior approval in accordance with the requirements in section two hundred twenty-four of this chapter.

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