WASHINGTON - Brokered deposits, which got a bad name during the savings and loan crisis, are working their way back to respectability.

The volume of such deposits, usually sold as jumbo CDs, has been rising slowly since hitting bottom in 1993. And though many banks still shy away from brokered funds, one trade association is now looking into ways to make it easier for its members to bring in deposits from out of town.

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