Deutsche Bank has found accounting problems in the way it calculated expenses for nearly 200 of its Scudder Investments family of funds, The Wall Street Journal reports.

An audit revealed that the investment manager charged some funds for expenses it should have absorbed, such as printing, accounting and legal costs, while in other cases, the funds should have borne the costs, according to SEC filings.

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