MFS Investment Management is likely to settle securities fraud charges today, Reuters reports. Lower fees and fines totaling $350 million, plus the suspension of two top executives, including CEO John Ballen, are part of the deal, according to the report.

The settlement includes $175 million in retribution to investors for their losses, $50 million in fines and $125 million in reduced fees over the next five years, sources told Reuters.

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