A federal court has ordered the freezing of assets of a Stamford, Conn., investment adviser and hedge fund manager that has been charged with using $53 million from investors for his own benefit.

The Securities and Exchange Commission said it obtained the order freezing the assets of Michael Kenwood Capital Management and Francisco Illarramendi, who is the majority owner of the Michael Kenwood Group.

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