WASHINGTON -- Some 700 national banks have submitted their mutual fund sales materials to a review by the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, a top agency official said.

David Apgar, senior policy adviser to Comptroller Eugene A. Ludwig, said the agency was still sifting through the information it has culled. He said, however, that some clarifications to its mutual fund sales and disclosure rules may result from the review.

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