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On Aug. 5, 2020, the SEC proposed modifications to current rules and forms that would significantly change the disclosures required of mutual funds and exchange traded funds (ETFs) that report on SEC Registration Statement Form N-1A, so-called “open-ended funds.” The scheme would create a new rule, 498B, and amend several rules and forms. The rule changes, now open for comment, will revise the required annual information provided to shareholders of these funds, focusing on making information more available and useful to retail investors.

Read the full GT Alert, “SEC Proposes Rule Changes to Mutual Fund and Exchange Traded Fund Disclosures.”

* Special thanks to Douglas Hathaway for his valuable assistance in preparing this GT Alert.