For years, the $7 trillion mutual fund industry had escaped major reform. But that was then, and this is now.

In response to the recent spate of mutual fund scandals, new regulations have flooded the industry over the past year. One proposed solution is so complicated that, despite the desire to enforce a "hard close," the specifics elude even regulators. But the industry has changed, and experts contend that investors should be better off.

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