AlphaMetrix executives sued for $19 million

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A federal receiver appointed to dismantle the failed futures investment fund administrator AlphaMetrix Group LLC sued the company’s top officers, alleging they used Chicago-based AlphaMetrix as their “personal piggy bank.” The complaint filed in U.S. District Court for Northern Illinois on April 7 against five AlphaMetrix executives, including CEO Aleks Kins, seeks more than $19 million, chicagobusiness.com reports.

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