Donohue Urges Directors To Focus on Fair Value

Speaking before the Investment Company Directors Conference, Andrew J. Donohue, director of the Securities and Exchange Commission's investment management division, called on directors to be more meticulous about making sure fund investments are properly valued. He pointed to the subprime crisis as evidence of this importance.

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