As Jan. 1, 2000 approaches, financial service company executives are finding that there really are two year 2000 problems.

There is the operational task of making sure the computers of a company and those of its vendors will work on Jan. 1. And there are legal concerns which require, as much as possible, reducing the chance that a company will be sued successfully because of some Y2K hiccup.

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