At the Securities and Exchange Commission's meeting on April 17 and 18 in Washington, D.C., open only to chief compliance officers, SEC chief examiner Gene Gohlke announced that mutual funds can now add forensic testing to their SEC exam checklist of funds' own annual internal compliance reviews.

If an asset management firm has not conducted forensic testing, it runs the risk of being found deficient.

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