Nov. 23 (Bloomberg) -- Mathew Martoma got off to a slow start in the hedge-fund world.
A former student at Harvard Law School, he co-wrote papers on medical ethics before seeking a business degree at Stanford University and joining a little-known Boston hedge fund. Former colleagues say he was nondescript, and other hedge-fund managers never heard of him.
Yet in 2006, at age 32, Martoma made it to SAC Capital Advisors LP and gained the attention of the firm’s billionaire owner Steven A.
Mathew Martoma, the former SAC Capital Advisors trader convicted of insider trading in February, can no longer say he has a degree from Stanford Graduate School of Business. The business school now says it has not awarded a degree t... Read Post
Former SAC portfolio manager Mathew Martoma is no longer a graduate of Stanford's business school. A university official told the Wall Street Journal's Melissa Korn that Martoma, who was convicted of insider trading in February, doe... Read Post
It was recently uncovered that former SAC portfolio manager Mathew Martoma, who is currently fighting insider trading charges in a New York courtroom, was kicked out of Harvard Law School for forging his transcript and then forging ... Read Post