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Commercial bank mutual fund activities: Implications for bank risk and profitability

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  • Gallo, John G.
  • Apilado, Vincent P.
  • Kolari, James W.

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  • Gallo, John G. & Apilado, Vincent P. & Kolari, James W., 1996. "Commercial bank mutual fund activities: Implications for bank risk and profitability," Journal of Banking & Finance, Elsevier, vol. 20(10), pages 1775-1791, December.
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