Cracking the shells
So it has proved as Elliott Management looks to enforce court rulings demanding that Argentina cough up $ 2 billion it owes to the hedge fund. ... Elliott is confident it can build a clear picture of the alleged fraud and use it to claw back some of ...
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Noe's bid for clemency rejected
Some of Noe's supporters have argued that his 2006 sentence was overly harsh compared to the 12-year federal sentence for investment fraud that Pittsburgh broker Mark D. Lay received for losing $ 216 million of BWC money in a risky Bermuda hedge fund ...
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