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When $8.25M just isn't enough, leveraged CLOs, Hollywood bankers and more
By Chris Clair
Friday, June 20, 2014

Stuff from around the hedge fund industry for Friday, June 20, 2014:

Hedge funds face Main Street governance. (TabbFORUM)

Hedge fund hackers disrupt trades for profits, BAE says. (Bloomberg)

Hedge funds warned over leveraged CLO deals. (Financial Times)

Ex-Goldman trader Deeb Salem calls $8.25 million bonus unfair; told mom he'd get more. (Bloomberg)

Star-struck bankers return to Hollywood to finance movies. (Bloomberg)

NYSE boss Farley backs ending rebates to high-frequency traders. (New York Post)

House Dem: CFTC reauthorization bill would be 'sowing the seeds of future disaster'. (The Hill)

Ruling on Argentine debt gives investors an upper hand. (Floyd Norris on NYTimes.com)

What will Argentina do with its vultures? (Bloomberg View)

Wall Street's reputation still badly scarred by financial crisis, executives say. (DealBook)

High-frequency trading rebates under scrutiny in Senate. (Bloomberg)

Low-vol woes: 'It's never been easy to make money, but it's never been harder.' (CNBC)

Complexity allows unfair advantages: Katsuyama. (TABB Forum)

Taming the wolf: Managing risk in an intensifying regulatory environment. (TABB Forum)

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