The million-dollar question of how much Putnam Investments paid to the SEC and other regulators in its settlement was answered yesterday – and it turned out to be a $24 million question.

Putnam paid $24 million in restitution, legal and other costs, parent company Marsh & McLennan Cos. revealed yesterday. The company also bled $53.7 billion in net outflows in the fourth quarter of the year. By the end of the quarter, the company in the epicenter of Eliot Spitzer’s original maelstrom against the fund industry, had $240 billion in assets under management.

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