Knight Capital has reached a $12 million settlement with US regulators over a technology meltdown which caused market chaos and drove the firm to the brink of bankruptcy.
Knight Capital Group, Inc. (NYSE Euronext: KCG) ("Knight") and GETCO Holding Company, LLC ("GETCO") announced that at the special meetings held yesterday, the companies' respective stockholders and unitholders approved the adoption of the merger agreement dated as of December 19, 2012 and amended and restated as of April 15, 2013 among KCG Holdings, Inc. ("KCG") (formerly known as Knight Holdco, Inc.), Knight, GETCO, and the other parties thereto.
UK Compliance specialist Chase ITS has installed its innovative compliance monitoring system at Knight Capital Group, Inc.
Pan-European exchange Equiduct has been rescued from the brink of oblivion by a group of new investors after its largest shareholder Citadel pulled its backing from the platform.
Getco has emerged as the winner in a two-way bidding war to take over Knight Capital, beating out rival Virtu with an improved £1.2 billion cash and shares offer.
Board of Directors of Knight Capital Group, Inc.
High Frequency trading firm Getco has made a $3.50 a share offer for Knight Capital Group, which it helped rescue from bankruptcy over the summer.
As trading resumed in New York after a two-day Hurricane Sandy-inflicted pause, the effectiveness of Wall Street's back-up plans to deal with disasters was being called into question.
Knight Capital Group, Inc. (NYSE Euronext: KCG) today reported a consolidated net loss for the third quarter of 2012 of $389.9 million, or $602.9 million before income tax benefits.
Knight Capital Group is looking for a new chief technology officer and operational and technology risk manager in a management shake-up at the firm which sustained $440 million in losses following a rogue trading software update.
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