The Securities and Exchange Commission is pressing large banks to provide investors with more accurate information about structured notes.

The SEC's Office of Capital Market Trends, created in 2010 to monitor disclosures by financial institutions, is requesting that Citigroup, Bank of America, JPMorgan Chase and other issuers improve their disclosure about the risks and pricing of the securities, according to the banks' correspondence with the regulator.

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