‘A Fatal Debt’, John Paulson’s portfolio additions, Paul Singer’s legal battles, Sam Israel III is a liar and moreBy Chris Clair
What’s news around the hedge fund industry for Tuesday, June 26, 2012:
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Recent shareholder of Kennametal, Atlantic Investment Management’s Alexander Ropes, walks familiar path. (Pittsburgh Post-Gazette)
High court won’t hear Paul Singer’s $2 billion Argentine beef. (New York Post)
Gottex nominates board members, approves share buyback. (HedgeFund.net)
Ohio School Employees’ Retirement System commits $30 million to Manatuck Hill. (Pensions & Investments)
Phoenix Investment Adviser hired Rachel Craft as vice president of business development and investor relations, according to a news release from the firm. Previously she worked at Credit Suisse in debt capital markets.