When it comes to disclosure, everyone’s for transparency. But that doesn’t mean that fund boards know what’s in the trades their brokers have completed for the customers. Or, worse, what the stocks they trade in might actually be worth.

Take Monday’s final session of the day, on omnibus accounting. Or rather the reporting of trade and position details from deep inside those accounts to fund boards.

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