Last year, Dave Nadig proposed what turned out to be a radical idea during a meeting of the Investment Company Institute's SEC rules committee.

He told the room full of executives from major fund companies that the industry should adopt a best-practices policy of disclosing mutual fund portfolio holdings more than the twice a year the Securities and Exchange Commission currently requires.

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