In creating two committees for its bank-affiliated members, the Securities Industry Association may have achieved detente with a constituency that was once its sworn enemy.

Throughout the 1980s, the association lobbed lawsuits at federal banking regulators as they gradually expanded banks' securities powers in areas including discount brokerage, investment advisory, and securitizing mortgage loans.

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