Mutual funds are still at risk from market timing despite regulation to stop it, according to three-quarters of the funds' chief compliance officers, Financial Times reports.

In addition, more than eight out of 10 officers surveyed believed that trading practices, the valuation of securities, and e-mails were areas of risk where there could be a compliance failure for the funds, according to a survey of 100 CCOs released Monday.

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