WASHINGTON - The National Association of Securities Dealers and the four bank supervisory agencies said Tuesday that they have agreed to coordinate examinations of bank brokerage units.

The pact, which could lead to fewer examinations for bank affiliates, applies to NASD-registered brokerages that sell mutual funds and other nondeposit investment products on the premises of insured depository institutions. That covers the vast bulk of mutual fund sales at banks.

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