The Securities and Exchange Commission charged Charles Schwab with making misleading statements about its Schwab YieldPlus Fund. Schwab agreed to pay $118 million to settle the charges.

The SEC also charged former CIO for Fixed Income Kimon Daifotis and EVP Randall Merk, previously president of Charles Schwab Investment Management with fraud and other securities law violations.

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