CalPERs, the nation’s largest pension fund with $167 billion in assets, on Monday adopted a standard code of ethics for its outside money managers and consultants.

The move by the California Public Employees Retirement System comes on the heels of a major mutual fund trading scandal that has engulfed a number of the biggest U.S. mutual fund firms including Putnam Investments, Alliance Capital and MFS Investments.

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