AIJ’s Performance Post-Lehman Raised Red Flags for Investors

Tetsuo Ochi, searching for asset managers for his $6 billion fund of hedge funds, sought a meeting in early 2009 with executives from AIJ Investment Advisors Co., a firm that seemed to be faring well amid the market turmoil that followed the collapse of Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc.

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