New York Consolidated Laws, Banking Law - BNK § 679. Public awareness;  banking services

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The superintendent shall conduct a public awareness campaign to educate consumers on different banking services available in the state, particularly those that can assist vulnerable adults in financial planning, including, but not limited to, citizens of an advanced age, individuals with cognitive or developmental disabilities, or those who have health or physical issues that impair their financial independence.  The public awareness campaign shall include information regarding the differences between types of accounts, including joint and convenience accounts, as well as the rights and responsibilities generally recognized for each.  The public awareness campaign shall also include, but not be limited to, answers to general concerns and questions that individuals may have with respect to the establishment of certain types of accounts and services, as well as information and recommendations for obtaining more information.

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