MF Global was a major global financial commodities brokerage dating back to 1783. Specializing in exchange-traded futures and options, it was a dominant trader of agriculture, metals, interest rates and foreign exchange.
On October 31, 2011, with former New Jersey Governor Jon Corzine as CEO, MF Global filed Chapter 11, becoming the eighth largest bankruptcy in United States history after Corzine allocated customer funds into a position in European sovereign debt.
Shipped with a chart of European bond yields, this authentic trading jacket was used by MF Global staff on the floor of the Chicago Board of Trade up until the day of the company’s bankruptcy. Supplies extremely limited.