A handful of mutual funds that invest in the securities of Taiwanese companies were slow to respond after an earthquake forced the closing of the Taiwan stock market for a week, said Paul Roye, director of the SEC's division of investment management.

A minority of about 20 funds that held Taiwanese securities were slow to switch to fair value pricing of their securities after the earthquake last month, he said.

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