In an article published by Virginia Law & Business Review, investment management partner Paulita Pike (Chicago) examines how fund governance has evolved in three distinct phases—with phase one dating back to after the 1929 market crash and ensuing Great Depression and phase three reviewing controversy, scandal, and reform of fund governance—and concludes with a look at what might lie ahead for the fund industry. The article, titled “Fund Governance: A Successful, Evolving Model,” published in the volume 10, Spring 2016, issue number 3.
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