Washington, D.C. — The Securities and Exchange Commission has charged the co-founder of institutional money manager AXA Rosenberg with securities fraud for concealing a significant error in the computer code of the quantitative investment model that he developed and provided to the firm's entities for use in managing client assets.
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by Marian Wang; ProPublica
Sure, all those old pros will tell you that they have been here before - but that might not be the case this time.
Here's a few links to some interesting Bloomberg and New York Times stories currently doing the rounds.
In an exclusive interview, IMF Managing Director Christine Lagarde spoke with Bloomberg Television's Tom Keene Thursday morning from the IMF's annual meetings in Washington, DC.
At least one firm says it has its risk management unit operating as it should.
It always happens. When a bank racks up losses of any kind, fingers soon begin to point every time it becomes known that the firm is spending money entertaining either staff or clients.
The 1986 Testarossa used in the filming of "Miami Vice" is for sale.
Given how indispensable a modern smartphone can be for someone who spends a great deal of time online, could losing or breaking one produce a psychological reaction that is essentially a form of grief?
Mohammed Islam, a 17-year-old high school senior, faced a camera in the fluorescent-lit offices of his press representatives and told an audience of strangers that his father wasn’t speaking to him: “My dad’s always told me to be truthful and I went against everything he said. I can’t even express how I can’t speak properly to him any more”.