Banks and thrifts would be barred from promoting their federal deposit insurance in ads for nondeposit investment products under a government proposal released Tuesday.

But in an open meeting, Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. directors asked the industry to comment on how much discretion banks should have and whether the requirement should be dropped in certain instances such as advertisements that address both insured and uninsured deposits. Comments are due in late March.

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