JPMorgan Coughs Up $517 Million for MF Global
Mar 20th 2013 6:25PM
Updated Mar 20th 2013 6:32PM
In the following video, Motley Fool financials analysts Matt Koppenheffer and David Hanson discuss JPMorgan Chase's $517 million settlement with MF Global. When MF Global experienced a liquidity crisis and tapped into customer accounts to meet liquidity requirements, its resulting meltdown into bankruptcy left customers taking massive losses. This settlement, in which JPMorgan releases its claim to a huge amount of the now-bankrupt company's cash, should return the funds to most of the affected customers. Matt tells investors what this means for JPMorgan investors.
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