Reverberations from the mutual fund scandal continue, as the Securities and Exchange Commission last Thursday announced yet more market-timing and late-trading charges.

"We are continuing to bring cases for late trading and improper market timing," David S. Horowitz, assistant district administrator for the SEC's Philadelphia District Office, told Money Management Executive. "At some point, I assume there will be an end to it, but we are continuing to look at wrongdoing in this area where we see it."

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