NEW YORK - Mutual fund companies are doing a good job of disclosing fees to shareholders and should not be required to send shareholders personalized fee reports each quarter, executives from three leading mutual fund companies said recently.

The executives spoke at an annual conference held here on mutual fund law sponsored by the Practising Law Institute, a legal education non-profit organization in New York. The speakers included moderator Paul Haaga, executive vice president of Capital Research and Management Co. of Los Angeles, Heidi Stam, principal, securities regulation at The Vanguard Group of Malvern, Pa. and Henry Hopkins, managing director and chief legal counsel at T. Rowe Price Associates of Baltimore, Md. Joseph Savage, counsel on regulation, disclosure and investor programs at the National Association of Securities Dealers of Washington, D.C., also sat on the panel.

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