January 23, 2008
Bayou Co-Founder Sentenced for Fraud
James G. Marquez, co-founder of several Bayou Management hedge funds, was sentenced to 51 months in prison and ordered to pay $6.26 million in restitution for scheming to defraud investors into investing in the funds by misrepresenting their profitability. Samuel Israel III, former Bayou CEO, and Daniel Marino, former Bayou CFO, previously pled guilty. NYTimes, Hedge Fund Founder Sentenced for Fraud.
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