November 7, 2011
By Ben Protess and Azam Ahmed
A few days before MF Global’s collapse, regulators stationed at the firm were assured its books were in order.
Their boss, Gary Gensler, was not convinced. A former Goldman Sachs partner who once passed the test for certified public accountants, he bore into the numbers himself and grew uneasy with the firm’s finances.
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