MIAMI - Regulators will soon be keeping careful watch on mutual fund companies' privacy policies in light of the recently-passed Financial Modernization Act and ensuing mergers and acquisitions, said Paul M. Connolly, first vice president and chief executive officer of Federal Reserve Bank of Boston.

Connolly spoke at the National Investment Company Service Association's operations conference here last week.

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