Flushing out the fraudsters

Hedge fund fraud

Are there warning signs that can alert investors to the potential for fraud by a hedge fund manager? This question must have weighed heavily on the minds of investors in the Manhattan Investment Fund as they read newspaper reports earlier this year that fund manager Michael Berger had been sighted in Dominica. Berger – apparently availing himself of the Caribbean island’s paradise beaches and extradition treaty-free status – absconded in March 2002 just before he was due to be

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