UF’s Weekend Reads

March 24, 2012

Here is the latest edition of Weekend Reads courtesy of Sam Forgione. Enjoy.


From Barron’s:

The managers of hedge fund Cassiopeia are teaching a lesson or two on trading volatility.

From Bloomberg Businessweek:

Matthew Philips addresses regulatory efforts to catch up with the glitch mob known as high-frequency traders.

From CFO:

The committee that regulates auditing practices may lend an ear to to alternative suggestions to plan for companies to rotate auditors.

From Institutional Investor:

Catastrophe bonds offer unique advantages to investors while helping natural disaster insurers raise money. Issuance for these bonds could skyrocket this year, writes Rosalyn Retkwa.


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