Some banks have taken mutual fund disclosure to a new level by making the point in prospectuses that the funds they manage may invest in companies that borrow from the bank.

An investment made by a bank mutual fund in a company with which the bank has a lending relationship may be construed as a conflict of interest. Banks are trying protect themselves from the appearance of impropriety.

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