WASHINGTON - Bankers are urging the Fed to go further in a plan meant to let trustee banks invest trust proceeds in mutual funds they advise.

Under the Fed's proposal, a bank could make the purchases provided two conditions were met. First, a state law, trust agreement, or court order must allow the purchases. Second, when the trust fund was established the bank must have told the beneficiaries about its relationship with the mutual fund.

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