The Securities and Exchange Commission has settled a complaint against a firm it accused of inflating the net asset values of one of its funds by as much as 600%, according to an SEC release.

Since the allegations arose, Rupay-Barrington Capital Management has reportedly liquidated its $4 million Total Return fund. The firm no longer offers mutual funds, according to published reports.

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