Twentieth Century Mutual Funds will soon tempt banks to sell more of its funds by compensating them through the expense ratios of several new share classes.

The Kansas City, Mo.-based mutual fund company is best known for selling directly to consumers. But Twentieth Century announced this week that it will introduce four share classes this fall for 19 of its 65 funds. The 19 will have varying expense ratios.

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