A panel of academics and executives, including those from mutual fund companies, has been formed to assess the impact of regulation on the competitiveness of U.S. businesses, The New York Times reports.

Hal S. Scott, a Harvard law professor, began forming the group, called the Committee on Capital Markets Regulation, a year ago. The names of the mutual fund companies represented were not released.

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