RS Investments, founded in the 1980s as a subsidiary of investment banking firm Robertson Stephens, is close to reaching a deal with the New York Attorney General for market timing, New York Post reports, citing sources familiar with the case.

If the charges are made, it will mark a new chapter in the ongoing fund scandal, with regulators moving on to smaller fund companies. RS Investments has $8 billion of assets under management.

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