Strong Financial Corp. has turned over a new leaf in hopes of regaining assets after widely publicized scandals ousted its founder and prompted a sale to Wells Fargo & Co, the Minneapolis-St. Paul Star-Tribune reports.

The company's short-term action plan to distance itself from the scandal includes fee rollbacks on at least 20 funds, improved investment performance and tighter compliance measures.

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