A bank trade group is urging the National Association of Securities Dealers to supply financial institutions with a direct say in how the organization serves and polices them.

The Bank Securities Association wants the NASD -- which sets professional standards for the securities industry -- to form a permanent committee through which bank brokerage executives could air concerns and work with NASD staff on proposals that affect financial institutions.

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