by Cynthia Harrington
Recent charges by the Securities and Exchange Commission against Heartland Advisors and related parties have expanded regulators’ attention from equity to bond funds. The charges stem from a $93 million drop in pricing as the fund manager sought to correct what the SEC alleges was a period of deliberate mis-pricing of holdings.
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