Citigroup’s Smith Barney division has agreed to pay $50 million to settle market-timing charges from the New York Stock Exchange and New Jersey regulators. NYSE Regulation also charged the company with failure to supervise trading of mutual funds and variable annuity sub-accounts and improper books and records.

Of the $50 million total, $40 million will go to investors who were harmed by the activity.

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