toronto - An Investment Funds Institute of Canada committee is drafting recommendations for an industry- financed contingency fund that would provide limited protection to investors from manager wrongdoing.

The current thinking is that the fund would provide up to $670,000 ($1 million in Canadian currency) in protection per investor, said Peter Hendrick, a committee spokesperson, at the institute's annual convention held here late last month .

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