Investigation

Investigation

Hedge Fund Manager Releases Sex Tape And Sues Beauty Queen For Kidnap And Torture

By Julia La Roche A hedge fund manager claims he was kidnapped and assaulted for eight hours by former Miss Korea 1995 and her family, the AllKpop site reported. The hedge-fund manager, Chris Hsu, the CEO and founder of Hong Kong-based Kilometre Capital, is suing Han Sung-Ju, a ...Read More

Russian Authorities Are Continuing Their Trial Against A Hedge Fund Lawyer — Even Though He Already Died In Prison

By Adam Taylor Sergei Magnitsky, a lawyer for Hermitage Capital, tragically died in Russian custody in 2009, and a somewhat official report last year found that police torture contributed to his death. However, despite his death, Magnitsky is still on trial. Ria Novosti reports that the Russian ...Read More

Former Credit Suisse Trader Pleads Guilty to CDO Conspiracy

By Patricia Hurtado Former Credit Suisse Group AG employee David Higgs pleaded guilty to intentionally mismarking prices tied to securities including collateralized debt obligations to boost his year-end bonus. Another former bank employee, Salmaan Siddiqui, will plead guilty later today, a person familiar with ...Read More

Gupta Faces New Charges in Insider Trading Case

By Peter Lattman Federal prosecutors expanded their case against Rajat K. Gupta on Tuesday, filing a new indictment that broadens what they claim was an insider trading conspiracy between the former director of Goldman Sachs and Raj Rajaratnam. In a new charge, the government contends that ...Read More

MF Global Client Money Feared Gone

By The Wall Street Journal Nearly three months after MF Global Holdings collapsed, officials hunting for an estimated $1.2 billion in missing customer money increasingly believe that much of it might never be recovered, according to people familiar with the investigation. As the sprawling ...Read More
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