Bankers are hoping 1995 will be remembered as the year one-stop shopping for corporate America finally took hold.

Commercial banks made major forays in investment banking, sweetening loan deals with high-yield-bond underwriting, financial advice, and equity investment, even as attempts to undo laws that have separated commercial and investment banks stalled in Congress.

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