Banks that sell investments through NASD-member brokerages may soon find their own employees under the regulatory agency's supervision.

Under a proposal published Friday by securities regulators, bank employees who mention services provided by an affiliated brokerage when promoting the bank's products would come under scrutiny of the National Association of Securities Dealers.

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