Kevin Kelley

Bahamas hedge fund sues Cayman hedge fund over redemption

The Receiver of a failed hedge fund group that was partially based in the Bahamas has filed a civil complaint against a Cayman Islands hedge fund in an attempt to recover $48,700.Arthur Steinberg, of New Jersey, filed a complaint at the U. S. District Court for the Southern District of New York on February 15, 2007 in his capacity as Receiver for Northshore Asset Management LLC, which is based in Chicago, Illinois; Ardent Research Partners L.P., organized in New York; Ardent Research Partners Ltd., incorporated in the Bahamas; Saldutti Capital Management, L.P., organized in New York; Kevin Kelley, a resident of Greenwich, Connecticut; Robert Wildeman, a resident of Chicago, Illinois; and Glenn Sherman, a resident of Chicago, Illinois. The sole defendant is M. Kingdon Offshore Ltd., a hedge fund that is organized in the Cayman Islands and whose shares are listed on the Cayman Islands Stock Exchange.

SEC sues Bahamas investment fund

The SEC has accused a Bahamas-based hedge fund and related parties of defrauding investors of approximately $37 million. Details are contained in a civil lawsuit filed by the Commission at the U. S. District Court for the Southern District of New York on February 16, 2005.