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MF Global Bankuptcy Revisited: Gary Gensler's Conflicted Role

MF Global's Bankuptcy and CFTC Chairman Gary Gensler's Conflicted Role By R. Tamara de Silva February 4, 2012 Does anyone police the regulators? Are more regulators needed to police regulators ...
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Why MF Global's Last Days May Have Been Criminal

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Was Corzine's Testimony About MF Global Truthful?

Was Corzine's Testimony About MF Global Truthful? By R Tamara de Silva December 13, 2011 Testimony before Congress today revealed that MF Global had illegally transferred $175 million out of ...
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MF Global's Missing Customer Funds and Its Implications on the Futures Industry

http://www.timelyobjections.com/2011/11/mf-globals-missing-customer-funds-and-its-implications-on-the-futures-industry.html www.timelyobjections.com Abstract: The collapse of MF Global is an ...
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CFTC's New Regulations on Position Limits for Derivatives Are Misguided

Why the CFTC's New Regulations on Position Limits for Derivatives Are Misguided By R. Tamara de Silva The Commodity Futures Trading Commission ("CFTC") finalized its proposed rule 76 FR ...
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