The Securities and Exchange Commission may charge Sun Life Financial Inc.’s mutual fund unit for market timing, the company admitted.

Massachusetts Financial Services Company, 93% owned by Sun Life, has been investigated by the Boston office of the SEC, which intends to recommended the firm face punishment from the agency’s national office.

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