That CNBC Guest Accused Of Ponzi Scheming Has Been Captured In Hong Kong

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Brian Kim, former CNBC guest, was charged with running a $4 million Madoff-style scheme in February and high-tailed it to Hong Kong.The authorities got him in October, and he’s back in New York to face charges, reports Reuters.

The DA says he was “creating fake monthly statements for investors showing account balances with inflated gains.” He’s charged with forgery and grand larceny among other crimes.

Kim started his fund, Liquid Capital Management, in 2003.

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