The Securities and Exchange Commission last week subpoenaed mutual fund firm Gabelli Asset Management for possible improper trading, the company announced.

Gabelli, headed up by industry guru Mario Gabelli, admitted the subpoena in an SEC filing last week, The Wall Street Journal reports. Last October, New York Attorney General Eliot Spitzer filed a subpoena against Gabelli, which admitted that one client had market-timing arrangements.

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