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Fake Hedge Fund Manager's Online Dating Membership In Peril

Mark Malik's ill-gotten gains are currently unavailable to him.
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Mark Malik’s prospect for a love match has taken a big hit, as whatever investor money he wasn’t able to spend on dating sites, Harvard continuing education courses, jewelry and travel before his arrest in February has now been officially frozen.

The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission announced that on April 20, 2015, the Honorable Richard J. Sullivan of the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York entered a Preliminary Injunction Order as to Defendants Moazzam "Mark" Malik, a Pakistani citizen and New York City resident, and his purported hedge fund, American Bridge Investment Group, LLC, d/b/a Wolf Hedge, LLC. Among other things, the Preliminary Injunction Order, pending a final disposition of the action, enjoins defendants from violating the securities laws provisions that the SEC alleges defendants violated, freezes defendants' assets, orders defendants to provide verified written accountings, and prohibits the destruction, alteration, or concealment of documents.

SEC Obtains a Preliminary Injunction Order, Including Asset Freeze, Against Purported Hedge Fund Manager, Moazzam "Mark" Malik [SEC]


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