General American Life Insurance, a division of MetLife, has settled with the Securities and Exchange Commission for $3.3 million, on charges it failed to prevent late trading of mutual funds in one of its variable insurance products.

In addition, former senior vice president William Thater is paying $163,000 on charges he allowed a wealthy client to place the 79 late trades in 2002.

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