Bankers have endorsed the Federal Reserve Board's first crack at Glass-Steagall reform, but urged the agency to go even further by letting bank employees work for securities companies.

In comment letters filed last month, bankers wrote that there is no reason for the Fed to continue applying an employment restriction from section 32 of the Depression-era law.

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