Settling charges that it had used false performance claims regarding an ETF-linked strategy, Virtus Investment Advisers agreed to pay the SEC $16.5 million in penalties.

Authorities stated that Hartford, Conn.-based Virtus "substantially overstated the performance track record," of the AlphaSector strategy from F-Squared, which it hired as a subadvisor for mutual funds.

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