Unstructured Finance

Outrage isn’t asleep it’s just gone underground

July 20, 2012

By Matthew Goldstein and Jennifer Ablan

Where is the outrage? A year ago, the Occupy Wall Street movement was just getting started, with mass demonstrations across the nation against corporate malfeasance and greed.

Morning Line-Up: 2010 returns, expert networks, ETFs

January 4, 2011


Ropes & Gray: In the news again…

November 5, 2009

Law firm Ropes & Gray has gone from commenting on the Galleon insider trading case to being in the case.

It just gets worse for funds of hedge funds

April 22, 2009

rtr23yfgFunds of hedge funds are taking a greater share of the pain in the industry’s downturn.

Allen Stanford: Tales from Mexia

February 23, 2009

stanfordTrying to report the comprehensive story of Allen Stanford, the Texan billionaire that the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission has accused of perpetrating an $8 billion fraud, is like trying to reassemble 100 documents after they’ve been through the shredder.

Staying positive

February 16, 2009

rtr23yfeThere seems to be an endless wave of bad news hitting the hedge fund industry at the moment — gates and suspensions, record poor performance, the Bernard Madoff scandal and so forth — but there are still one or two reasons to be positive.