BOSTON -The Securities and Exchange Commission is most likely to investigate fund companies about their allocation of 'hot IPOs' when a firm fails to provide adequate information about their allocations, according to Victoria Hulick, director of

compliance with Nicholas-Applegate Capital Management of San Diego. Hulick spoke at the annual Mutual Fund Compliance Conference of the National Investment Company Service Association of Wellesley, Mass. late last month.

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