The Oregon treasurer's office said Wednesday that it has hired OppenheimerFunds to replace Strong Capital Management as a manager of its 529 college savings plan.

The state fired Strong three months ago as the company, and its founder, Richard Strong, faced allegations of improper fund trading. Oppenheimer is expected to take its role in the 529 plan's management by midsummer.

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