The New York Attorney General’s office has met with Putnam Investments’ former chief of compliance Edward Siedle to discuss a suit he brought against the firm accusing its portfolio managers of self dealing in the 1980s, The Wall Street Journal reports.

Siedle reportedly told the A.G.’s office he was not at liberty to discuss the 1997 case.

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