NEW YORK - A group of U.S. banks is taking initiatives to standardize practices in order to lure junk bond investors into the syndicated bank loan market.

"In my view, the leveraged loan syndications market is a securities business and should be treated as such," said Catherine Yelverton, vice president and loan trader at J.P. Morgan Securities.

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