The Investment Company Institute has dismissed a Securities and Exchange Commission initiative that would require fund companies to disclose how they vote on proxies, insisting that the proposal would favor political groups and pose a risk to shareholders and fund complexes.

But the trade group endorsed certain proposals within the SEC initiative, such as requiring that funds adopt policies for voting in situations where there is a conflict of interest.

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