If it looks too good to be true, it is. That appears to be the stance that will be taken by the SEC when it comes to investigating the fraudulent activities of hedge fund advisors as evidenced by its recent enforcement action against three separate firms and six individuals.

The miconduct involved the improper use of fund assets, valuations and misrepresenting  fund returns.

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