The Hartford Fined $115M In Rigging, Timing Case

The Hartford Financial Services Group reached a $115 million settlement with regulators in Connecticut, New York and Illinois over charges it conspired with March & McLennan to submit inflated bids on property and casualty insurance, paid hidden fees to brokers and permitted some investors to market time mutual fund sub-accounts in its variable annuities.

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