(Bloomberg) -- New York City Comptroller Scott Stringer, who oversees $150 billion in pension assets, called for expanding a ban on agents who solicit investments for the city’s five pension funds.

Stringer, a Democrat who took office Jan. 1, also proposed bolstering financial-disclosure rules for employees who advise the funds. He will appoint a risk and compliance officer and an internal auditor to address potential conflicts of interest and strengthen controls at the comptroller’s Bureau of Asset Management.

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