(Bloomberg) -- Regulators remain worried about hard-to-sell assets held by high-yield bond funds as they probe whether the failure of the Third Avenue Focused Credit Fund could be repeated, a top SEC official said.

The SEC plans to release findings from a sweep of high- yield credit funds that followed the collapse of the Third Avenue Capital Management, said Marc Wyatt, head of the regulator’s office of compliance inspections and examinations.

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