Ever more mutual fund companies are offering managed, customized accounts for individual investors, according to a recently published report by Cerulli Associates of Boston.

A record 25 percent of mutual fund flows through the first quarter of 2000 came through fee-based outlets, including wraps and registered investment advisors. By comparison, 20 percent came through those channels in 1999 and nine percent in 1996, according to the report.

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