Mutual funds and custodians have until next year to comply with new federal securities rules designed to insure that fund securities held abroad are properly safeguarded.

The two new rules added to the Investment Company Act provide that custodians must oversee and analyze risks associated with using foreign banks and other firms that safeguard securities or electronic records of who owns the securities.

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