WASHINGTON -- After blasting banks for indequate mutual fund sales disclosures, the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency is adopting a new role: that of friendly counselor.

In letters mailed last week to presidents and chief executives of national banks, the agency offered to help them figure out whether their mutual fund sales materials come up to snuff.

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