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To test the broker-leakage hypothesis, researchers assembled a set of fund liquidations – think Long Term Capital Management – of which there were 485 between 19, involving an average 7 million in sales across 23 stocks.

Then they determined which brokers took part in the fire sales and, further, who those brokers’ best clients were at the time.

But the fire sales examined were “randomly distributed across time,” the authors found.

Moreover: Our results are conditional on the predators executing their orders with the same broker that is employed by the liquidating fund, which corroborates the hypothesis of a quid pro quo between investors and brokers.

The paper – Brokers and Order Flow Leakage: Evidence from Fire Sales – is one in a series of recent studies exploring the just how gossipy prime brokers tend to be when there’s some potential benefit for them, be it in trading revenue or just that special bonhomie that comes from violating client confidentiality to one’s favorite hedge funds.

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If you’re like a statistically significant sample of other brokers, you’re gonna go ahead and invite your best clients to take a nibble off the dying prey.

He also represented the Chapter 7 Trustee as creditor in non-dischargeability action for claims against the managers who embezzled nearly

If you’re like a statistically significant sample of other brokers, you’re gonna go ahead and invite your best clients to take a nibble off the dying prey.

He also represented the Chapter 7 Trustee as creditor in non-dischargeability action for claims against the managers who embezzled nearly $1 million from the Debtor. Hughes collaborated with the District Attorney through the restitution hearing and obtained a stipulated non-dischargeable judgment against the managers.

– After an involuntary Chapter 7 petition was filed by a disgruntled former CEO, represented the Chapter 7 Trustee in the wind-down of a company that built race car engines. Hughes successfully pursued an action for fraud against the attorneys who filed the involuntary petition.

He also provided litigation and non-litigation services to Chapter 7 Trustee through the wind-down of the company’s successor-in-interest in another bankruptcy case, – Represented Chapter 7 Trustee in the case of a Ponzi scheme perpetrator who was convicted and sentenced to approximately 15 years. Hughes pursued and collected millions of dollars in fraudulent transfers paid to investors of the Ponzi scheme.

He provided general counsel services related to the sale of significant assets including real properties and the rights to a movie made in New Zealand.

– As counsel for the unsecured creditor’s committee, successfully petitioned the court for conversion of a Chapter 11 case to a Chapter 7 case, so the Debtor’s assets could be liquidated for the benefit of unsecured creditors.

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If you’re like a statistically significant sample of other brokers, you’re gonna go ahead and invite your best clients to take a nibble off the dying prey.He also represented the Chapter 7 Trustee as creditor in non-dischargeability action for claims against the managers who embezzled nearly $1 million from the Debtor. Hughes collaborated with the District Attorney through the restitution hearing and obtained a stipulated non-dischargeable judgment against the managers. – After an involuntary Chapter 7 petition was filed by a disgruntled former CEO, represented the Chapter 7 Trustee in the wind-down of a company that built race car engines. Hughes successfully pursued an action for fraud against the attorneys who filed the involuntary petition. He also provided litigation and non-litigation services to Chapter 7 Trustee through the wind-down of the company’s successor-in-interest in another bankruptcy case, – Represented Chapter 7 Trustee in the case of a Ponzi scheme perpetrator who was convicted and sentenced to approximately 15 years. Hughes pursued and collected millions of dollars in fraudulent transfers paid to investors of the Ponzi scheme.He provided general counsel services related to the sale of significant assets including real properties and the rights to a movie made in New Zealand.– As counsel for the unsecured creditor’s committee, successfully petitioned the court for conversion of a Chapter 11 case to a Chapter 7 case, so the Debtor’s assets could be liquidated for the benefit of unsecured creditors.

million from the Debtor. Hughes collaborated with the District Attorney through the restitution hearing and obtained a stipulated non-dischargeable judgment against the managers.

– After an involuntary Chapter 7 petition was filed by a disgruntled former CEO, represented the Chapter 7 Trustee in the wind-down of a company that built race car engines. Hughes successfully pursued an action for fraud against the attorneys who filed the involuntary petition.

He also provided litigation and non-litigation services to Chapter 7 Trustee through the wind-down of the company’s successor-in-interest in another bankruptcy case, – Represented Chapter 7 Trustee in the case of a Ponzi scheme perpetrator who was convicted and sentenced to approximately 15 years. Hughes pursued and collected millions of dollars in fraudulent transfers paid to investors of the Ponzi scheme.

He provided general counsel services related to the sale of significant assets including real properties and the rights to a movie made in New Zealand.

– As counsel for the unsecured creditor’s committee, successfully petitioned the court for conversion of a Chapter 11 case to a Chapter 7 case, so the Debtor’s assets could be liquidated for the benefit of unsecured creditors.

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