How many banks have sound-like names for their mutual funds? The Securities and Exchange Commission came up with 42 examples.

Policymakers fear such names could mislead customers into thinking the investments are covered by deposit insurance.

The SEC has sent the list to House Energy and Commerce Committee Chairman John Dingell The listed banks, with their fund families: Ameritrust

AT Fund

Ameritrust Funds Amsouth

ASO Outlook Funds Bank of New York

BNY Hamilton Funds Bankers Trust Co.

BT Institutional Funds

BT Investors Funds

BT Pyramid Funds BayBanks

BayFunds Branch Banking and Trust Co.

BB&T Funds Canandaigua National Corp.

Canandaigua CIT Funds Central Fidelity Bank

CFB Marketwatch Funds Chemical Banking Corp.

CBC Cornerstone Funds Citibank

Citibank IRA-CIT Funds CoreStates Bank

Corefunds Crestar Bank

Crestfunds Deposit Guaranty Trust

DG Investors Funds First American Trust Co.

Ameristar Funds First Bank

First American Funds First Fidelity Bank

FFB Funds First Michigan Bank

FMB Funds First National Bank of Omaha

First Omaha Funds First Security Bank

FSB Funds First Union Bank

First Union Funds Glenmede Trust Co.

Glenmede Funds Great Western Savings Bank

GW Funds Harris Trust and Savings Bank

HT Insight Funds Hawaiian Trust Co.

Hawaiian Funds Marine Midland Bank

Mariner Funds Mark Twain Bank

Mark Twain Funds Marshall & Ilsley Bank

Marshall Funds Mercantile Safe Deposit and Trust

MSD&T Funds National City Bank

NCC Funds NationsBank Trust

Nations Funds Old Kent Bank and Trust

Kent Funds Provident National Bank

PNC Funds Riggs Bank

Rimco Monument Funds Schroeders PLC

Schroeder Funds Shawmut Bank

Shawmut Funds Signet Banking Corp.

Signet Funds Trust Company of the West

TCW Funds Union Bank

Union Funds United Missouri Bank

United Missouri Bank Funds U.S. Trust Co. of New York

UST Master Funds Vontobel USA

Vontobel World Funds Wells Fargo Bank

Wells Funds

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