As mutual funds become a standard banking product, banks are packaging them with other products and services to provide efficiencies and cost savings to customers.

Packaged arrangements involving mutual funds may raise issues under the anti-tying prohibitions of the Bank Holding Company Act, as well as federal and state antitrust laws, and must be carefully structured in order to comply with the law.

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