Dan Calabria, the former chief executive officer of Templeton Funds, criticizes the industry in a new book called “Mutual Funds Today: Who’s Watching Your Money?,” The Salt Lake Tribune reports.

Specifically, Calabria maintains that fund companies manipulate the use of 12b-1 fees to their advantage when they use investors’ money to pay for marketing, advertising fund reports and investor relations.

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