Mutual Funds Structure and Risk

An interview with Prof. John Morley

Mutual funds in the US own about 1/3 of all American corporate stocks and currently hold over $16 trillion in assets, making mutual funds the largest category of household financial assets.  So when it comes to the US economy, they matter in a big way.  Professor John Morley of Yale Law explores the unique structure of mutual funds that creates risks and opportunities for funds and investors.


  • Attorney CLE accreditation 

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