Roe Capital in the Media: Print Press

Below please find a list of recent attributions in media outlets for Roe Capital Management and its founder, John L. Roe.


Report casts doubt on insurance plan for futures brokers | Financial Times

This article originally appeared in the November 15, 2013 edition of the Financial Times. Please view the original here.   By Gregory Meyer in New York and Neil Munshi in Chicago Government-authorised insurance for customers of collapsed futures brokers would take half a century to become fully funded, requiring a taxpayer backstop in the interim,

Trick or Treat? Grain hedgers haunted by the ghost of MF Global | Reuters

This article originally appeared on Reuters on October 30, 2013.  To view the original, click here. By Christine Stebbins (Reuters) - Two years ago on Halloween thousands of U.S. grain farmers got the scare of their lives when broker MF Global collapsed and more than a billion dollars of their money went missing. MF Global

For MF Global Customers, Corzine Suit Marks a Turning Point | WSJ

This article originally appeared on June 28, 2013 on WSJ's MoneyBeat.  To view the original, click here. By Dan Strumpf and Jerry A. DiColo The civil charges levied Thursday againstJon Corzine for his alleged role in the collapse MF Global Holdings Inc. were a welcome development for many former customers of the firm. But Lonnie Becker, a

Hedge fund manager used postal box to hide $6 million fraud, Feds say | Retuers

This article originally appeared on Reuters on June 17, 2013.  To view the original, click here. By Tom Polansek and Ann Saphir CHICAGO/SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - A North Carolina hedge fund manager used a personal post-office box and forged bank statements to hide his theft of about $6 million over a seven-year period, U.S. regulators

CFTC plans civil suit against Corzine over MF Global collapse | Financial Times

This article originally appeared in the June 25, 2013 Financial Times.  To read the full article, please click here. By Tracy Alloway in New York and Neil Munshi in Chicago The US regulator charged with overseeing MF Global is planning to file a civil suit against Jon Corzine, the former chief executive of the collapsed brokerage. The Commodity

Futures regulators challenged by changing industry | Crains

This article originally appeared in the April 22, 2013 edition of Crain's Chicago.  To view the original, click here. By Lynne Marek When people ask Michael Mason, a trader in the lumber pit of the Chicago Mercantile Exchange, why he's wearing a flimsy temporary trading badge, he says it's a reminder that MF Global Inc.

Judge approves MF Global bankruptcy plan | Financial Times

This article originally appeared in the April 5, 2013 edition of Financial Times.  To view the original, click here. By Tom Braithwaite in New York and Neil Munshi in Chicago A judge approved the liquidation plan of MF Global, cementing the eighth-largest US bankruptcy and paving the way for the collapsed brokerage’s assets to be

Jon Corzine faces potential blacklist to future NFA membership | Futures Magazine

This article originally appeared in the February 21, 2013 edition of Futures Magazine.  To view the original, click here. By Michael McFarlin Former MF Global CEO Jon Corzine faces an uphill battle if he ever wants to trade in the futures market again. At its quarterly meeting of board directors, the National Futures Association (NFA)

Futures Association to Discuss Possible Lifetime Corzine Ban | WSJ

This article originally appeared in the February 20, 2013 edition of the Wall Street Journal.  To view the original, click here. By Jacob Bunge and Aaron Lucchetti A financial-industry regulator Thursday is expected to discuss the possibility of banning Jon S. Corzine for life from the futures industry, according to people involved in the process.

Regulator set to weigh lifetime futures-trading ban for Corzine | NY Post

This article originally appeared in the February 20, 2013 edition of the New York Post.  To view the original, click here. By Kaja Whitehouse The future is murky for former NJ governor and fallen financial titan Jon Corzine. Two directors of the National Futures Association will move tomorrow to ban Corzine from the multibillion-dollar futures