Retirement planning and mutual fund giant Principal Financial said on Tuesday that more staff has improperly traded then originally believed.

Although it wouldn’t specify the number, Principal said in its latest Securities and Exchange Commission filing, that employees, including two portfolio managers, timed the market in their own accounts a few years ago.

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