What’s news around the hedge fund industry for Monday, July 1, 2013:
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London pleads guilty in insider trading scheme.
Icahn, Jefferies secure $5.2 billion in financing for Dell bid.
Goffer, Drimal, Kimelman convictions upheld.
Hannam takes on U.K. FCA to clear name of market abuse.
E.U. charges 13 banks, ISDA, Markit with breaching antitrust rules.
E.U. seeking to settle with banks in Euribor, LIBOR cases.
After selloff, some dip toes back in emerging markets.
Activist investors target U.K. oil, gas companies.
Gold’s bear market pummels Einhorn’s Greenlight fund.
Around the web
Determining Corzine’s role in the demise of MF Global. (DealBook)
Simons strategy to shield profit from taxes draws IRS ire. (Bloomberg)
Cohen declines to testify in SAC insider case. (DealBook)
Corzine defense of misuse of customer cash is off point. (Bloomberg)
CME pulls plan to update wash trade rule amid CFTC criticism. (Bloomberg)
CFTC extends CDS reporting relief. (The Trade News)
Ex-UBS trader Gerard Satur’s MST Capital turns to wealthy investors for hedge fund. (Bloomberg)
Tudor Tensor swings into the red. (FINalternatives)
Skyler Capital Management’s Bill Perkins busts Einhorn at poker tourney. (FINalternatives)
Deutsche Bank may quadruple Irish fund administration operation. (FINalternatives)
Hedge fund service providers Broadridge Financial Solutions, Bonaire Software Solutions merge. (FINalternatives)
Goldman hires SAC-servicing salesman Jack Johnston (FINalternatives)