Tag Archives: conviction


Hedge Fund Managers Split Over Strategy

New York Times – Russell Herman, the chief executive of the hedge fund firm Dawson-Herman Capital Management, is the latest manager to shutter his fund after heavy losses last year and differences with the firm’s founder, Jonathan Dawson. Mr. Herman […]

Indian-American gets 10-year jail for $12.5 mn fraud

Siliconindia.com – An Indian-American investment adviser has been sentenced to 10 years in prison following his conviction on 20 counts of fraud with a scheme that bilked 15 investors of $12.5 million. Amit Mathur, 38, of Shrewsbury, Massachusetts, was also […]

Disgraced NY lawmaker joins hedge fund – report

Reuters – Vito Fossella, a former U.S. congressman representing sections of New York until a drunk driving conviction last year, has joined controversial hedge fund Superfund Investment Group, the Staten Island Advance reported this week. The community newspaper, citing unnamed […]

Demand for Hedge Fund Separate Accounts ‘a Knee-Jerk Reaction’

Bloomberg – Hedge fund investors’ growing demands for separate accounts may be an overreaction to increasing redemptions and fraud, participants said at an industry conference in Hong Kong this week. Investors are demanding accounts that allow them to tailor investments, […]

2008 Hedge Fund Award Nominees

West Palm Beach (HedgeCo.net)- AdultVest was nominated among others for the ‘Hedge Fund Launch of the Year’ Award, the alternative investment fund is the world’s first Investment Community designed specifically for the Adult Industry. Other nominees include, Brevan Howard Asset Management, […]

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