Investors in the Behringer Harvard Short-Term Opportunity Fund I LP, which had about $130 million in total assets, saw its valuation drop to approximately .40 cents a share, down drastically from aproximately $6.48 a share.
Behringer Harvard still hasn’t explained what happened to wipe almost all of the fund’s value.
The Securities and Exchange Commission has jurisdiction over funds and REITs, while Finra has jurisdiction over broker-dealers that sell these products, industry observers noted.
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