Between Sarbanes-Oxley, the late-trading and market-timing scandals of 2003 and other reasons for a tightening in the mutual fund industry’s oversight, it’s no wonder fund directors are working more and quitting more.

A study by PFPC quantifies these trends and other developments in the professional life of board members at fund companies.

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