T. Rowe Price, which is known for selling directly to investors, is making a stronger push to sell its portfolios through banks.

The Baltimore company manages about $39 billion of assets through financial intermediaries, but only about $5 billion of that comes from banks, said John Cammack, director of third-party distribution. That could change, however.

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