The Canadian unit of HSBC Holdings, Europe's No. 2 banker by market value, has reached a tentative settlement with a national securities regulator over charges that it allowed rapid trading within its mutual funds.

Details of the settlement won't be released until a panel approves them at a hearing on Aug. 31 in Toronto, according to recent report from the Toronto Star.

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