Two Former Putnam Execs Avoid Draconian' Charges

Two former fund managers at Putnam Investments will pay $1.5 million to settle allegations they improperly traded mutual fund shares, the SEC and Massachusetts regulators announced Monday. Justin Scott and Omid Kamshad neither admitted nor denied the allegations.

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