As he accepted his Tiburon CEO award on Wednesday, John “Jack” Bogle threw out some tough love to the mutual fund industry, on which the founder and retired chief executive officer of The Vanguard Group built his reputation.
The mutual fund industry, as it stands today, “is too much of an asset gathering business; it’s too much of a marketing business,” said the 81-year-old Bogle.
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