Two Former Investment Company Institute chairmen offered 11 suggestions yesterday to re-align the mutual fund industry with its former impeccable image.

Attacking the use of soft dollars for research, lack of redemption fees for in-and-out traders and costly marketing campaigns, former CEOs Jon Fossel of Oppenheimer and Don Powell of Van Kampen told ways these improprieties could be stopped.

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