Pittsburgh-based Federated Investors reached a $100 million settlement with New York Attorney General Eliot Spitzer and the Securities and Exchange Commission yesterday.

As part of the settlement, the $207 billion money manager will cut the fees it charges in some of its mutual funds by $4 million over the next five years. The 50-year-old firm will also pay restitution to harmed investors as part of the agreement.

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