AUSTIN, Texas - The mutual fund industry has its first full year of the new compliance era under its belt, but a host of questions remain unanswered.

Rule 38a-1 of the Investment Company Act of 1940, for example, requires that a mutual fund's chief compliance officer provide a written report on a fund's compliance program, but many firms are struggling to determine the document's minimum requirements.

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