The Globe and Mail reported on the sentencing of investment manager Terrence Bedford who received a sentence of two years in prison after he was found guilty of running a fraudulent trading scheme that cost investors millions. Mr. Bedford ran Hamilton-based Greyhawk Equity Partners LP, and was accused of telling investors he was operating a highly profitable investment fund that was earning substantial returns when in fact he incurred losses. In parallel civil and receivership proceedings, members of Baker & McKenzie’s fraud team act for the largest investor group in the Greyhawk case.