NEW YORK, May 25 - The New York City Banking Commission voted to stop deposits in the city's bank accounts at Capital One and KeyBank after lenders failed to submit their plans for lending efforts. rooting out discrimination. Lander announced on Thursday that City Supervisor Brad Lander will join Mayor Eric Adams and the finance department to stop depositing money in the city's two banks. Existing accounts will be used to make payments, but no additional funds will be deposited and no new accounts will be opened at either bank, according to a spokesperson for the auditor. "Capital One prohibits discrimination and harassment on the basis of protected characteristics against any applicant, intern, Partner, vendor, contractor, client, or customer," the bank said in a statement following the auditor's announcement. Said. Lananh Nguyen reported; Edited by Richard Chang Thomson Trust Principles.