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Why Investors Should Know How Managers Are Paid

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Thu, 3 Jun 2004

In its latest proposal relating to new rules governing the mutual fund industry, the Securities and Exchange Commision tackles the issue of whether fund companies should disclose the structure of portfolio managers' compensation. The proposal also

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