Banks have added more nonexecutive directors with financial experience since the financial meltdown, but industry experience on banks' boards is still weak, Moody's Investors Service said Tuesday.

The ratings service said 46% of nonexecutive directors now have financial backgrounds, up from 32% before the crisis began, according to a recent survey of 20 large global banks.

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