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MF Global clients’ details published by KPMG

success story - 16 March 2012

read on the original website >>> (databreaches.net)

Private clients of MF Global reacted angrily on Wednesday to what several said was a severe breach of privacy, after KPMG, administrator to the UK arm of the failed futures broker, published their identities, home addresses and the sums owed to them.
The list, which includes corporate and institutional clients from the UK’s Financial Services Authority to the London Stock Exchange as well as numerous banks and trading entities, includes hundreds of private individuals who are owed sums as (...)



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