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The Securities and Exchange Surveillance Commission plans to launch an investigation into AIJ Investment Advisors Co. by the end of the week in hopes of determining what happened to billions of yen in client pension money it apparently squandered, sources said Saturday.

The regulators allege the Tokyo-based investment company broke a law on trading financial products by falsifying its performance reports to lure in corporate pension funds.

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