The SEC charged a former Prudential branch manager and five of his ex-brokers Tuesday with repeatedly timing the market, in the latest chapter of the growing mutual fund scandal.

The SEC’s civil charge contends that the branch manager, Robert Shannon, approved the market-timing practices of brokers Martin Druffner, Justin Ficken, Skifter Ajro, John Peffer and Marc Bilotti.

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