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The Economics Of Mutual Fund Markets

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The original impetus for this research was provided several years ago by a request to assist Counsel for Fidelity Management and Research Corporation in analyzing the mutual fund industry, with particular emphasis on money market mutual funds. We were asked to focus our efforts on the mechanism by which the advisory fees of mutual funds are determined. This request arose out of litigation that challenged the level of advisory fees charged to the shareholders of the Fidelity Cash Reserve Fund. Subsequently, we were asked to provide similar assistance to Counsel for T. Rowe Price Associates regarding the fees charged to shareholders of their Prime Reserve Fund. 1940, advisers of Under the Investment Company Act of mutual funds have a fiduciary duty with respect to the level of fees they may charge a fund's shareholders. Since the passage of the Investment Company Act, there have been numerous lawsuits brought by shareholders alleging that advisory fees were excessive. In these lawsuits, the courts have failed to provide a set of standards for determining when such fees are excessive. Instead, they have relied on arbitrary and frequently ill-defined criteria for jUdging the reasonableness of fees. This failure to apply economic-based tests for evaluating the fee structure of mutual funds provided the motivation for the present book, which undertakes a comprehensive analysis of the economics of the mutual fund industry.


The Economics Of Mutual Fund Markets

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The original impetus for this research was provided several years ago by a request to assist Counsel for Fidelity Management and Research Corporation in analyzing the mutual fund industry, with particular emphasis on money market mutual funds. We were asked to focus our efforts on the mechanism by which the advisory fees of mutual funds are determined. This request arose out of litigation that challenged the level of advisory fees charged to the shareholders of the Fidelity Cash Reserve Fund. Subsequently, we were asked to provide similar assistance to Counsel for T. Rowe Price Associates regarding the fees charged to shareholders of their Prime Reserve Fund. 1940, advisers of Under the Investment Company Act of mutual funds have a fiduciary duty with respect to the level of fees they may charge a fund's shareholders. Since the passage of the Investment Company Act, there have been numerous lawsuits brought by shareholders alleging that advisory fees were excessive. In these lawsuits, the courts have failed to provide a set of standards for determining when such fees are excessive. Instead, they have relied on arbitrary and frequently ill-defined criteria for jUdging the reasonableness of fees. This failure to apply economic-based tests for evaluating the fee structure of mutual funds provided the motivation for the present book, which undertakes a comprehensive analysis of the economics of the mutual fund industry.


A "mutual Responsibility And A Moral Obligation" 2009

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This book contains the final report of Germany's 'Remembrance, Responsibility, and Future' Foundation, giving a comprehensive history of the country's use of slave labor during World War II and the complex process by which reparations for survivors were negotiated.


Taxation And Funding Of Nonqualified Deferred Compensation

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There are a variety of compensation and financial planning issues that can be addressed by nonqualified deferred compensation (NQDC) arrangements. NQDC is essentially a compensation arrangement that provides for the payment of cash, property or benefits and does not come within one of the categories of deferred compensation arrangements which are "qualified" under applicable tax statutes. Written by specialists in the field, Taxation and Funding of Nonqualified Deferred Compensation defines the perspective of both the employee and employer in using this sophisticated planning tool. In this primer, the authors demonstrate how NQDC can provide solutions to complex compensation issues and provide up-to-date information on: The ways that NQDC can be tailored to serve the needs of employers and employees, and the tax consequences for each Differences in the timing of NQDC benefits under income tax and FICA rules The requirements for a NQDC plan to be exempt from some or all of ERISA Opportunities to minimize potential estate and income taxes on death benefits paid under NQDC How Section 457 of the IRC is applicable to NQDC arrangements for tax-exempt organizations and the unique burdens this puts on state and tax-exempt employers and their employees How NQDC impacts social security benefits, and when the risk of forfeiture should be structured to lapse in order to avoid substantial reductions in these payments Using NQDC with other plans, including split-dollar and 401(k) wrap plans Issues with financial accounting and securities laws"



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