The Securities and Exchange Commission is considering better disclosures for target-date funds, particularly their glide paths and asset allocations, SEC Chairman Mary Schapiro told the Mutual Fund Directors Forum.

What has concerned the SEC the most is the average 25% in the 31 2010 target-date funds in 2008, Schapiro said, calling those “troubling investment results.”

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