Fund Manager Who Stole $500 Million Released After Serving Just 5 Years Of 20 Year Sentence

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Stephen Walsh, who swindled more than $500 million from his investors, has been released from federal prison after serving only a little more than 5 years of his 20 year sentence. According to Bloomberg, the former WG Trading Co. money manager was charged in 2009 alongside the company’s former general partner, Paul Greenwood. The men used their commodities-trading and investment-advisory firm to steal from institutional investors like university foundations – and even charities – “to fund lavish lifestyles, speculate in real estate and finance other businesses.

Greenwood pled guilty in 2010 and turned on Walsh, testifying against him. Mark Bloom, who stole more than $20 million from clients and then turned on his ex-colleagues and cooperated with prosecutors, was sentenced to

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