quot;If the redemptions come as projected, this will call into question the ongoing viability of Common Sense ," said another person who has tracked the situation closely, referring to the difficulty of running an asset management firm with such a small.
Correction: Jim Bisenius has not decided to convert Common Sense Investment Management into a family office. The firm's assets are down significantly, but it continues to manage outside capital in two funds. The story has been updated. Roughly five .
Craig Stuvland, former president of Common Sense Investment Management LLC, lured four Morgan Stanley brokers with $650 million in ... He left after founder James Bisenius was arrested in a prostitution sting in nearby Tigard, Oregon, in August.
Jim Bisenius, who started Portland-based Common Sense Investment Management in 1991, was arrested last Thursday with eight other men at a local hotel. Tigard cops placed advertisements for prostitution services on websites and undercover officers answered.
BlackRock, the world's largest asset managers , was the bright spot of the day, reporting fourth-quarter earnings of $841 million, or $4.86 a share, from $690 million, or $3.93 a share, in the period a year earlier, exceeding estimates, Nathaniel Popper.
Common Sense Investment Management (CSIM) has brought superior risk adjusted returns to our investors and clients. CSIM’s success is about a team of committed and driven investment professionals; not one individual. Jim Bisenius’ recent personal.
Common Sense Investment Management, a $2.9 billion fund of funds based in Oregon, sought to distance itself on Wednesday from a prostitution scandal involving its chief executive. James A. Bisenius, the chief executive and chief investment officer at.
KOIN) — Two high-profile arrests were made in a recent local prostitution sting. Jim Bisenius is the founder and CEO of “Common Sense Investment Management,” a Portland-based hedge fund. Tigard Police arrested him last week on charges of patronizing.
A Sherwood man in charge of a nearly $3 billion hedge fund management company will be keeping his job, after he was arrested Aug. 29 for reportedly soliciting a prostitute in Tigard. James Bisenius, the founder, CEO and CIO of Common Sense Investment.
James Allan Bisenius, 62, who runs Portland-based ~$4 billion fund of funds Common Sense Investment Management, was one of those named in The Oregonian's report, which cites police. According to the Portland Business Journal's Matthew Kish.
Donald J. Bisenius , an executive vice president at Freddie Mac, recently received a so-called Wells notice from the Securities and Exchange Commission, the filing said. The agency sends the notices when it is considering an enforcement action against .
Common Sense Investment Management has poached another Société Générale executive as it continues to rebuild after the arrest of its founder in a prostitution sting and the loss of most of its clients. Common Sense, a fund of hedge funds based in.