Banks that sell uninsured investments have vastly improved their handling of consumer disclosures, according to a study released last week.

Nine out of 10 bank-based sales representatives routinely inform prospective investors that mutual funds and other investments sold at banks lack deposit insurance, according to the study conducted for Barry Leeds Associates, New York. (See related article on facing page.

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