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Mutual Fund Industry Handbook: A Comprehensive Guide for Investment Professionals

Lee Gremillion
Hoboken, New Jersey: Wiley, 2005
381pp, ISBN: 978-0-471-73624-0

This reference to mutual funds provides an overview of their history and structure, investment management, portfolio operations, accounting, auditing, compliance, distribution, globalization, e-commerce, and the trends affecting the industry. It also examines their benefits in offering professional management, easy diversification, liquidity, convenience, and regulatory protection, and includes real-life examples of how specific functions are performed at various firms.

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Mutual Fund Industry Handbook : A Comprehensive Guide for Investment Professionals

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"The Mutual Fund Industry Handbook is a remarkably important work . . . I am profoundly impressed by the broad and comprehensive sweep of information and knowledge that this book makes available to industry participants, college and business school students, and anyone else with a serious interest in this industry."
-- From the Foreword by John C. Bogle President, Bogle Financial Markets Research Center Founder and former chief executive, The Vanguard Group

A Foreword by John C. Bogle, founder of The Vanguard Group and one of the most respected leaders in the mutual fund industry, sets the stage for this authoritative book that explains the complexities of the phenomenal industry in simple terms.

Investors like the fact that mutual funds offer professional management, easy diversification, liquidity, convenience, a wide range of investment choices, and regulatory protection. Mutual Fund Industry Handbook touches on all of those features and focuses on the diverse functions performed in the day-to-day operations of the mutual fund industry. You'll learn about:

  • Front-office functions-analysis, buying, and selling.
  • Back-office functions, including settlement, custody, accounting, and reporting.
  • Commission structures-front-end loads, back-end loads, or level loads.
  • The various fund categories used by the Investment Company Institute, Morningstar, and Lipper.
  • The roles played by fund managers, investment advisors, custodial banks, distributors, transfer agents, and other third-party service providers.

If you want a definitive reference on the mutual fund industry, this is the book for you.

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