Bankers' efforts to flex their muscles in the mutual fund business are getting a boost from the nation's largest fund trade group.

The Investment Company Institute last week urged the Federal Reserve Board to permit bank holding companies and the mutual funds they operate to share directors. The group made its request in a letter it filed last week in response to a proposal by the Fed to loosen restrictions under Regulation R.

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