Mutual funds get hurt each time a crisis hits capital markets. Who needs a reminder that $525 billion has been pulled from stock funds since the start of 2007? Yet, each time a crisis arrives, the stunning part too often is how few checks and balances there are in place.

Take the London Interbank Offered Rate scandal.

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