To prove to its investors that it is working tirelessly to regain a once solid reputation, Putnam Investments has begun to disclose to the Securities and Exchange Commission how much money its own fund managers invest in their funds, Bloomberg reports.

The admission that money managers have at least $530,000 invested in the firm’s six equity funds signals a preemptive move by Putnam. A new SEC rule requiring managers to disclose their holdings does not take effect until February.

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