Two more traders have left Fidelity Investments amid an ongoing investigation into whether its employees received lavish gifts and entertainment from brokers looking to secure a share of the fund company's massive trading business, according to the Boston Globe.

Fidelity reportedly confirmed that traders Marc Beran and Steve Falzone left the firm late last week but declined to comment on the reason for their departure. They are the second set of traders to leave the firm since the Securities and Exchange Commission began probing relationships between outside brokers and Fidelity traders regarding gift-giving activities.

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