The US regulator also discovered that VFA did not disclose conflict of interest concerning millions of dollars of financial benefits that it received directly from advisory client mutual fund investments that were generally more expensive for clients than other mutual fund investment options available to clients.
VFA agreed to pay $40 million to settle these charges. The company agreed to cap advisory fees for all Florida K-12 teachers who currently participate in its advisory product in Florida’s retirement programs.
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