$6.3 Billion, 19, 230, And More: Check Out The Numbers That Brought MF Global Down

Even as the week winds down, the MF Global bankruptcy story is far from over.

News is still breaking over where the missing customer funds may be, Jon Corzine just resigned this morning, and the litigation over bankruptcy proceedings is going to be news for a long time.

There are a lot of numbers involved in this debacle. So from the number of employees to the total amount of the company’s assets, we’ve broken down the whole situation – by the numbers.

2,800 People - The number of employees MF Global had around the world.

19 Months - The time it took Jon Corzine to bring the firm down.

$6.3 billion - The amount MF Global held in European sovereign debt.

230 Years - The length of MF Global 's history, it was once part of the UK's Man Group.

$633 million - Amount still missing from MF Global 's customers' trading accounts.

$658.8 million - The amount of MF Global money found in a JP Morgan account that the bank has denied is the missing customer funds.

10 Countries - Where MF Global had offices and did business.

$41.05 billion - Assets held by the firm, according to its bankruptcy filing.

$186 million - The net revenue loss MF Global reported in its most recent quarterly earnings.

40:1 - MF Global 's leverage ratio.

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