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Both Sides of the Atlantic are getting organized in the MF Global Bankruptcy

I have been in touch with a colleague from Europe. He has taken the initiative and pursued a media campaign

Dear Sirs,

We are subscribers of the We also happen to be clients of MF Global, and we would like to complain about your coverage of this very serious situation.

What is happening is unprecedented, with customers all over the world seeing their supposedly segregated accounts frozen and facing the prospect of heavy losses as a result.

This is like you parking your car next to an Enron building (with the possibility of someone at Enron illegally parking your fully insured car inside their premises, when the police was meant to prevent this) and when the company goes bust you can’t access your car anymore. Not only your life is affected as a result, but incredibly you will only get back your car in pieces.

Is this how the financial system is supposed to work? In many ways this is much worse than Lehman –we have just crossed the Rubicon as far as segregated customer accounts are concerned. As a result, we may well witness the bankruptcy of other brokers over the very near term as people pull their accounts out of the market. Trust in the markets will break down.

Despite all this, your coverage of this entire affair has been relegated to sub-sections, small articles and on very superficial terms. This, when most of MF Global’s clients are very likely your subscribers as well. Is it any wonder that people increasingly rely on blogs for in depth news and opinions? What does that say about your reporting credentials?

I trust that in the coming weeks you will give this matter the prominence it deserves, as what is happening is truly scandalous. Hopefully you will not be behind the curve as events unfold.

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