WASHINGTON -- Banks should be allowed to broaden their mutual fund activities in return for broader disclosure to securities regulators, a top Securities and Exchange Commission official said.

The change suggested by SEC Commissioner Richard Y. Roberts would entail eliminating Glass-Steagall Act curbs on banks' mutual fund activities.

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