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Markets not as rigged as they once were, the death of investment banking, trouble for the Tiger 'grand cubs' and more
By Chris Clair
Tuesday, June 17, 2014

Some stuff from around the hedge fund industry for Tuesday, June 17, 2014:

Bradley Katsuyama tempers his critique of the markets as 'rigged'. (DealBook)

The fix is in: Regulatory blunders, HFT, investor confidence and the death of investment banking. (TABB Forum)

Swiss-Asia Financial Services starts hedge fund platform in Hong Kong. (Bloomberg)

Aramid Entertainment Fund files for bankruptcy over lawsuits. (Bloomberg)

Flows into liquid alternative mutual funds jump in May. (DailyAlts)

It's a jungle out there for Julian Robertson's 'grand cubs'. (New York Post)

Wall Street's summer of doom: why everyone is bored and bleeding money. (Business Insider)

Emails show that "... having failed to be taken on by Allergan's defence team, [Morgan Stanley] is not advising [Valeant] on its contentious bid." (City A.M.)

People Moves

Point72 is said to hire Goldman Sachs' Seiji Onoe as Japan head. (Bloomberg)

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