Banks that blazed into the mutual fund business in recent years found the growth of their proprietary funds stymied in 1994. The bear market chased many investors away, and trust conversions, once a spigot for fund growth, dried up.

Against this backdrop, American Banker asked several bankers where bank- run mutual funds are headed in 1995.

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