The Securities and Exchange Commission filed a status report with the U.S. Court of Appeals, saying that it will again ask for public comment on its independence proposal for the boards of most mutual funds.
The rules would require the boards of directors of mutual funds to have an independent chairperson, and for three-quarters of board members to have no direct ties to the fund manager.
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