In spite of the fact that Fidelity and Putnam defended their records of opposing large payment packages for high-level corporate executives this Tuesday, a new study has found that fund companies have become "enablers of excess," according to the Boston Herald.

The report finds that mutual fund firms do not stand up for shareholders by challenging excessive salaries and bonuses that are handed out to executives.

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