Putnam Investment Management is in hot water with the Securities and Exchange Commission again, this time paying a $40 million fine because of revenue-sharing arrangements.

This time, the SEC said that the beleaguered fund company did not disclose to the fund boards and shareholders conflicts of interest associated with shelf space at broker/dealers. The company has not admitted to or denied findings but has agreed to settle the matter.

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