Monthly Archives: April 2012

The Other John in the MF Global Story | Wall Street on Parade

    This article originally appeared on By Pam Martens: April 27, 2012  Jon Corzine, former CEO of MF Global, the financial firm that collapsed with a $1.6 billion hole in customer accounts, has wealth, a top criminal attorney, and political clout in Washington.  But there’s another lesser known John in the MF Global story who

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    RPT-The other MF Global money mystery: trustee’s fees | Reuters

      This article originally appeared as a Reuters dispatch. * Court approves June 8 deadline for trustee Giddens to file fees * Giddens and his law firm getting paid monthly * Court can retroactively reject fee requests * Fees coming out of MF Global Inc estate By Nick Brown April 10 (Reuters) – Former MF Global

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      MF Global Inc. trustee prepared to file claims against officers/Holdings

        This article originally appeared in Futures Magazine. The MF Global Inc. (MFGI) trustee put out an update on the status of his investigation following a hearing in front of Bankruptcy Judge Martin Glenn on Thursday indicating a more active pursuit of civil charges against certain officers of MF Global and MF Global Holdings itself. Giddens

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        Evidence of fraud at MF Global | Futures Magazine

          This article originally appeared in the April 2, 2012 edition of Futures Magazine. BY DANIEL P. COLLINS The Commodity Customer Coalitiondelivered a memo to U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder as well as U.S. attorneys from New York and Chicago and members of Congress stating that there is clear evidence of an intent to commit fraud by MF

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          Clients Raise Questions About MF Global Checks | NYT Dealbook

            This story originally appeared in the April 1, 2012 edition of the New York Times. BY AZAM AHMED AND BEN PROTESS MF Global customers who closed their accounts in the brokerage firm’s final days have been fuming for months about how the firm mailed checks to them, instead of promptly transferring the money electronically as usual. Many of those

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