After CITY reporting on potential fallout from Signature Bank’s troubles for NYC tenants, Comptroller Brad Lander said his office was keeping close watch. His statement came in response to an investigation into how the bank’s woes could affect city dwellers. Lander pledged scrutiny of risks to public money, pensions and resident savings following the revelations. The coverage illuminated concerns tied to Signature’s decline that the Comptroller vowed not to ignore.