They are now on the SEC's list for "improper" activities. Invesco's management issued statement yesterday on their web site indicating no wrong-doing. Now, employees have something else to worry about; their 401-k's.
This thing with Invesco/AIM seems to be DYNAMIC fund group only which should not weigh on RRD 401 plans. Really not a big deal, as you probably know Invesco has a policy where you have only a few transactions as far as moving funds from one group to another or withdrawls, after this they charge a fee, Problem for some high end investors, they were not charging a fee. What they did was not Illegal but Unethical. I have tracked this company for 10 years with RRD and for past 3 since I have been gone and I see no problems from my accounts, always have been a bit avove average S&P and a bit below the loss level. A very good company indeed. One wishes RRD would be managed with the same attention to detail