The Investment Company Institute proposed a number of measures late yesterday that would require mutual funds to do a better job of disclosing transaction costs.

Boards would be formally required to approve directed brokerage and revenue-sharing agreements, and brokerage commissions would be spelled out in the financial highlights table of annual reports.

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