SEC Chairman Tells Senate Banking Committee Sector is 'Top Priority'

Hume, Lynn
October 2003
Bond Buyer;10/1/2003, Vol. 346 Issue 31731, p6
Trade Publication
Reports on the consideration of mutual funds as the top priority for the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. Comprehensive revision of mutual fund confirmation requirements; Discounts on front-end sales loads based on the total amount of purchases of a fund's shares; Prevention of the circumvention of forward-pricing requirements for fund shares and market-timing restrictions.


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