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Trustee for MF Global Wants His Check -Where are Clients of MF Global Monies

The trustee wants his money! Where are clients monies? Insult on injury!

MF Global Trustee Giddens Seeks Payment for Work, Expenses
November 08, 2011, 1:02 PM EST

JPMorgan Seeks Lien on MF Global Assets to Cover Collateral
MF Global Brokerage Liquidation, Trustee Approved by Judge
MF Global Files for Bankruptcy as Broker-Dealer Unit Liquidates
MF Trustee Transfers $1.5 Billion in Customer Accounts
MF Global Brokerage Can Probe, Not Share Results With Parent
By Linda Sandler
(Updates with Lehman in second paragraph.)

Nov. 8 (Bloomberg) — The liquidator of broker-dealer MF Global Inc. asked a judge to set a process for paying him and his firm for work and expenses from Oct. 31.

Trustee James W. Giddens didn’t say in a request filed in court how much he sought for himself and his law firm, Hughes Hubbard & Reed LLP. As liquidator of Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc.’s brokerage, Giddens charges $891 an hour, and his team’s “blended” hourly rate is about $488, according to an Aug. 5 filing.

Giddens told U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Martin Glenn he would work on MF Global at a 10 percent discount from his standard rates, as in other bankruptcy cases, and not charge for overtime meals, internal copies and after-hours travel services.

Two Republican lawmakers, Ed Royce and Scott Garrett, cited Giddens’s three-year tenure at Lehman in a Nov. 4 letter to regulators, saying he has proven slow at that job. Kent Jarrell, a Giddens spokesman, declined to comment.

MF Global’s parent listed $39.7 billion in debt and $41 billion in assets in its bankruptcy filing. About $593 million of commodity customer funds are unaccounted for, according to a person with knowledge of regulatory probes into the failure of the firm previously run by Jon Corzine.

The brokerage case is In re MF Global Inc., 11-ap-2790, U.S. Bankruptcy Court, Southern District of New York (Manhattan).

–With assistance from Robert Schmidt in Washington. Editors: John Pickering

To contact the reporter on this story: Linda Sandler in New York at

To contact the editor responsible for this story: John Pickering at

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