Fremont Investment Advisors, which runs the Fremont Funds, has drawn the scrutiny of regulators for market-timing arrangements the shop maintained, according to Associated Press reports.

The regulators are looking at Fremont for market-timing arrangements the firm had with select clients. An SEC filing said the firm ended market-timing arrangements that ceased during the final quarter of 2002. Additionally, the managers who were involved with these arrangements have since left the firm, for unrelated matters.

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