The Securities and Exchange Commission is looking at mutual fund companies’ trades of securities backed by sub-prime mortgages, the Associated Press reports. The SEC is also taking a close look at the practices of lenders and ratings agencies.

“We look at all the players to determine whether there were missteps in accounting and disclosure and possible insider trading,” said Walter Ricciardi, deputy enforcement director at the SEC.

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