Fidelity Investments will ask shareholders early next year for permission to split the board of directors overseeing its mutual funds in two. The aim is to better monitor the complex securities its portfolio managers are increasingly gravitating to.

One board will oversee equity and high-yield funds and the other bond, money market and asset-allocation funds.

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