The New Jersey attorney general's office is expected to file charges against Allianz Dresdner Asset Management, parent company of the Pimco Funds, on Tuesday for allowing market-timing business, the Associated Press reports.

The suit will claim the fund company allowed traders of up to $100 million at a clip, according to N.J. officials. In all, the AG’s office claims the fund company allowed more than 200 market timed traders over a year and a half, totaling more than $4 billion.

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