WASHINGTON -- The American Bankers Association on Monday urged key lawmakers to subject mutual funds and other financial services companies to the same kind of disclosure requirements that banks face under the Truth-in-Savings Act.

While consumers now view a broad range of financial products as interchangeable, "there is no coherent government policy on disclosures by these various sectors of the financial services industry," said ABA president William H. Brandon Jr.

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