Two staunch congressional opponents of bank securities powers are attempting to delay a proposed rule that would make it easier for bank companies to sell their own mutual funds.

In April, the Federal Reserve Board tentatively approved an interpretive rule that would let full-service brokerage firms owned by bank holding companies recommend funds managed by affiliates.

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