WASHINGTON - Bank-employed brokers who sell mutual funds and other securities will soon be subject to the same licensing requirements as their Wall Street counterparts.

The new licensing requirements result from an agreement between banking and securities regulators, who recently worked out their differences over the touchy issue of how bank brokers should be trained.

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