WASHINGTON - When it comes to the sale of mutual funds and other uninsured products, banks should be held to higher standards than other financial institutions, says a senior officer at Wells Fargo & Co.

"We do operate in an environment where it is easy to confuse the consumer," said Dudley M. Nigg, executive vice president of the bank's savings and investment group.

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