Fremont Investment Advisors has settled charges of market timing and late trading, the Securities and Exchange Commission and New York Attorney General Eliot Spitzer announced in separate statements Thursday.

The settlement, reached via a joint effort by both the SEC and Spitzer’s office, ordered Fremont to pay $4.146 million in penalties – $2.146 million in restitution and $2 million in civil penalties.

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