Despite solid investment performance, Putnam suffered more withdrawals than other fund providers implicated by the scandal that’s rocked the industry over the past year.

Strong investment performances performance has not stopped shareholders from withdrawing a total of $83 billion from their accounts at Putnam since the company’s regulatory troubles initially flared up in September, The Boston Globe reports. The firm’s overall assets under management now total a mere $210 billion, down from nearly $300 billion a year ago.

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