Small-business investment companies affiliated with banks are more likely than their nonbank counterparts to invest in start-up ventures.

According to a January study from the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, the venture capital firms affiliated with banks make 24% of their investments in businesses less than one year old. Those not affiliated with banks make 17% of their investments in such firms.

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