SEC's Black Joins Hudson Bay As Compliance Officer

Oct 14 2010 | 1:24am ET

Hedge fund Hudson Bay Capital Management has hired a Securities and Exchange Commission veteran as its new compliance chief.

Scott Black was named general counsel and chief compliance officer at the New York-based firm, which has more than $600 million in assets under management. Hudson Bay is a multi-strategy shop.

Black was an assistant regional director of enforcement at the SEC's New York office. According to Hudson Bay, he led the SEC's investigation of fund managers that invested with Bernard Madoff.


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