Southern District Judge Jed S. Rakoff is again holding the Securities and Exchange Commission’s feet to the fire on the settlement of securities fraud charges against a major bank.

The judge yesterday ordered lawyers for the SEC and Citigroup Global Markets to be prepared to answer specific questions at a hearing on whether a $285 million settlement in a suit over the short-selling of mortgage-backed securities is “fair, reasonable and in the public interest.”

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