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Banking Department

A cabinet-level agency of a state government charged with regulating banking in that state. In some states, the banking department also has responsibility over other financial instruments, such as insurance companies.
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The governor of New York, Andrew Cuomo, is planning to merge insurance and banking departments in order to reduce costs.
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