Advisers agrees to pay $60k for pay-to-play violations

A staffer at the adviser "made a campaign contribution to a candidate for elected office in Minnesota, which office had influence over selecting investment advisers for a state investment board in Minnesota. The state investment board had already invested in funds advised by" the firm

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