Hedge Fund Investors Doubt Director Support

Are hedge fund boards representing investors’ best interests?


When two hedge funds at Bear Stearns Asset Management collapsed in the summer of 2007, investors moved swiftly — but apparently not swiftly enough — to protect their assets. One step ahead of the game, the funds retained accounting giant KPMG to liquidate assets before anyone could wrest control of them.

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