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Business Conduct Codes

Business Conduct Codes for New York Stock Exchange and Nasdaq Listed Companies

Disclosure of a Corporate Opportunity

Generally, a corporate director breaches the duty of loyalty if she seizes a business opportunity for herself that the corporation was financially capable of undertaking or in which the corporation had a reasonable interest or expectancy. Additionally, the director's loyalty is called into question if she takes personal advantage of a business opportunity that was in line with the corporation's business.

Investment Clubs

Groups of individuals may form a partnership or other organization in which they pool investment resources and ideas. The extent to which a membership in the club might be considered a security and the extent to which members of the club participate in decisions of the club will affect application of federal securities laws to activities of the club and its members.

Multi-Class Mutual Funds

Multi-Class Mutual Fund

Mutual Fund Prospectus Comparable Information Requirements

(Mutual Fund Prospectus Comparable Information Requirements)

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