Distribution Fees: New Mutual Fund Guidance Clarifies Board and Adviser Roles

Its the job of a mutual funds board of directors to police how shares are sold, and its the job of the funds adviser to provide the board with sufficient information to make that determination. That is the essence of the guidance update, "Mutual Fund Distribution and Sub-Accounting Fees," issued January 6 by the SECs Division of Investment Management.
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