Fund chair denies allegations

| 17/11/2009

(Bloomberg): Alberto Micalizzi, the founder of the Cayman hedge fund Dynamic Decisions Capital Management Ltd., said allegations that he invested in worthless bonds are unfounded and investors will recover close to 100 percent of their money. The firm’s main hedge fund, with a net asset value of $550 million as of Dec. 31, is being liquidated in the Cayman Islands after investors raised questions about some of its holdings. The U.K. Serious Fraud Office, which prosecutes white-collar crime, opened a probe into the London-based firm last week after the matter was referred to it by the Financial Services Authority.

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  1. Anonymous says:

    Yeah i guess they will be giving him a 5 year work permit