New York City's consumer affairs agency is rapping mutual fund companies for issuing muddled disclosures to consumers, and banks are coming in for a share of the criticism.

The Office of the Public Advocate on Wednesday unveiled a 100-page review of prospectuses issued by 30 mutual funds, including four that were distributed through banks.

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