Two of the U.S.-domiciled funds of Julius Baer Group of Zurich will be among the first bank-sponsored mutual funds to register as investment advisers with the SEC as a result of new requirements in the Financial Modernization Act, according to SEC filings.

As a result of the act, banks will have to register as investment advisers with the SEC beginning May 2001.

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