The Bank of California has reorganized its proprietary stocks and bonds into two classes of shares, according to regulatory filings.

The changes were undertaken as part of the bank's recent move to expand sales of its proprietary funds to retail customers. said an executive m the San Franciscobased bank's mutual fund management unit.

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