The head of the world’s No. 1 mutual fund company said on Tuesday that forcing firms to hire independent chairmen might not be the end-all solution to fixing problems in the industry.

In an op-ed article published in Tuesday’s Wall Street Journal, Fidelity Investments CEO Edward Johnson III argued outsiders are not always best suited to head up a company.

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