Hedge Fund Adviser Execs May Face Personal Fines if They Ignore Red Flags

A chief financial officer at a hedge fund advisory firm on May 8 settled SEC charges that he failed to act on red flags involving asset mismarking and insider trading. The firm ended up paying more than $10 million, and the CFO agreed to separately pay a $100,000 fine. The lesson: Advisory firm executives need to be on the lookout for signs of fraud, and act on them when they find them.
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