WASHINGTON - Everybody knows that, with more than half of all U.S. households holding a stake in at least one mutual fund, the U.S. fund marketplace is saturated. Is there anything fund executives can do about it?

In a session titled "Accumulating Assets In a Challenging Environment," the Investment Company Institute posed this question to a panel of executives during its annual general membership meeting here late last month.

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