Now that the Securities and Exchange Commission's Rule 22c-2 has been finalized, mutual fund companies of all sizes are putting plans in place to potentially deal with the receipt and management of detailed shareholder transaction information from financial intermediaries selling their funds.

Three principal areas of capability are needed to comply with the rule: transparency, data management and policy management.

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