Canada's largest securities regulator, AMF, has charged Norbourg Asset Management founder Vincent Lacroix with 51 counts, alleging price manipulation of mutual funds and intentionally misrepresenting the fund company's financial statements, according to The Globe and Mail.

The charges could lead to at least 5 years in prison or a maximum fine of $5 million.

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