Banks in the mutual fund business got a jolt recently when the Securities and Exchange Commission brought sanctions against Bank of California for mispricing a money market fund it manages.

The disciplinary action -- believed to be the first ever against a bank-run mutual fund -- provided unmistakable evidence that the SEC is holding banks to a high standard as they become more involved in managing mutual funds.

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