In an apparent effort to clear the air and address issues of secrecy and wrongdoing, Janus executives have agreed to meet with the Colorado securities commissioner this month to discuss what has been done since the mutual fund probe began, Reuters reports.

Janus has stated it would reimburse shareholders if New York Attorney General Eliot Spitzer’s probe turns up information about illegal trading practices squeezing its investors.

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