WASHINGTON - As 78 million baby boomers reach age 65 between 2011 and 2029, the mutual fund industry will be afforded enormous opportunities, as well as added fiduciary responsibilities.

That was the message of mutual fund executives and population and social security experts at the annual meeting of the Investment Company Institute here. A large portion of the meeting two weeks ago concentrated on retirement issues.

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