Asked whether all of the problems in the fund industry have been solved with the eight new regulations that the Securities and Exchange Commission has imposed on it since the fund trading scandal erupted, Andrew Donohue, the SEC’s top fund regulator, tells The Wall Street Journal that the Commission will continue to search for infractions.

Opportunities for fraud will continue to exist since the industry has become so complex, “with a lot of relationships among advisers and funds, a lot of different intermediaries, a lot of service providers,” Donohue said.

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