Investigators sent a second notice to Fidelity Investments last Thursday informing them of their ongoing investigation into traders at fund giant accepting improper compensation in the form of gifts and sumptuous entertainment.

The Security and Exchange Commission also notified Fidelity traders, directly, that they may actually face charges for the supposed violations, one of the trader's attorneys told The Boston Globe.

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