Speaking before the Senate Banking Committee Wednesday, SEC Chairman William Donaldson vowed to adopt further mutual fund reforms, most notably in the areas of trading costs, soft dollars, 12b-1 fees and fund fee and trading cost disclosure.

These new regulations are necessary to "minimize the possibility" that trading and sales abuses in the mutual fund industry could occur again, Donaldson said.

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