The mutual fund industry has done a good job of lobbying against a self-regulatory organization (SRO) and hasn’t done anything wrong enough to incite the Securities and Exchange Commission to form one, Reuters reports.

The proposal, brought up by former SEC Chairman Harvey Pitt before his resignation, designed to expose the industry to more watchdogs, has won few supporters.

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