http://www.sfgate.com/news/article/Jon-Corzine-s-new-hedge-fund-eyes-event-wagers-12510246.php Jon Corzine, who held the reins of MF Global Holdings when it collapsed, is making his comeback with a new hedge fund that's betting the Trump administration will stir up markets. The JDC-JSC Opportunity Fund, which bears the initials of Corzine's late son Jeffrey and his own, will launch this quarter and aims to attract $100 million to $300 million in its first trading year, according to a person familiar with his thinking... Corzine took the helm at MF Global in March 2010 and the firm imploded the next year after more than $1 billion of customer money went missing. It was, at the time, the eighth-largest bankruptcy in U.S. history. The money was later found and returned. Last year, Corzine paid $5 million of his own money to settle with regulators who accused him of failing to fix inadequate controls at MF Global. He was banned from running or working for a futures broker or registering with the Commodity Futures Trading Commission. His new fund can only invest a limited amount of client capital in futures.