The SEC recently asked John Paulson for information from his fund.
Usually when the SEC asks a hedge fund for information, it’s because they’re in the process of being investigated or are about to be.
But Henny Sender at the Financial Times, believes that the SEC actually just wants it for the purposes of the larger look into synthetic CDOs, and that it probably has little or nothing to do with wrongdoing at the fund itself.
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