CHICAGO - The SEC has stepped up its routine fund examinations from once every ten or 15 years to every five, said Gene Gohlke, associate director of the SEC's office of compliance, inspections and examinations. Gohlke spoke on a panel about SEC examinations during the ICI tax and accounting conference here last week.

"If you have not been inspected over the last few years, you can expect the SEC to come calling," Gohlke said.

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