DiNapoli Now Suing Aldus

ALBANY—After taking steps to sever the state’s financial relationship with the firm last week, State Comptroller Tom DiNapoli just announced that his office is suing Aldus Equity over the $5 million in fees it allegedly paid for the privilege of investing in the state common retirement fund, plus damages.
Saul Meyer, a founding partner of Aldus, was charged last week as part of an ongoing probe conducted by Andrew Cuomo.
Here’s DiNapoli’s full statement:

New York State Comptroller Thomas P. DiNapoli today announced that, as Trustee of the New York State Common Retirement Fund (Fund), he has filed suit against Aldus Equity Partners LP, its principals, and others for wrongful conduct, including various acts of fraud, bribery, breach of contract, and conspiracy.

DiNapoli Now Suing Aldus