Citing the company’s settlement with federal authorities for charges of improper mutual fund trading, analysts predict a third-quarter loss for the UK firm Amvescap, Reuters reports.

After a profit of $123.5 million in the second quarter, Amvescap, the parent company to AIM and Invesco, is projected to post a pre-tax profit before goodwill and amortization of just $121 million for the three months ending in September, according to eight analysts surveyed by Reuters.

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