Mutual Funds--The Next Big Thing

Shepler, Bob
December 2003
Financial Executive;Dec2003, Vol. 19 Issue 9, p68
Academic Journal
In this article the author discusses issues surrounding the occurrence of malpractices at brokerage firms and mutual fund companies in the U.S. He provides details of the market timing and late trading concepts practiced at brokerage firms and mutual funds and presents some of the recommendations made the Investment Company Institute designed to restore and reinforce the confidence of investors. He also examines legislation that is aimed at improving corporate governance.


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