Janus Capital has proposed changes in the fee structure of some of its mutual funds to reflect their performance against benchmarks.

The Denver fund company filed a preliminary fund proxy Thursday with the Securities and Exchange Commission that would ask shareholders to support performance-based management fees on 13 of its 59 long-term fund portfolios.

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