MF Global customers to seek subpoenas for Corzine, others

NEW YORK (Reuters) – A group of former MF Global customers on Monday asked a court for permission to subpoena the commodities broker’s executives, including former CEO Jon Corzine, who was blamed in a congressional report this month for MF Global’s collapse. The Commodity Customer Coalition, an advocate for trader customers who lost money when MF Global went under, is seeking to subpoena Corzine, Chief Financial Officer Henri Steenkamp, Chief Operating Officer Bradley Abelow and others, according to court papers filed in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Manhattan. More in the Chicago Tribune here.

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