Knight Capital Group Announces Consolidated Earnings Of $6.5 Million Or $0.01 Per Diluted Share For The Fourth Quarter 2012

Knight Capital Group Announces Consolidated Earnings Of $6.5 Million Or $0.01
                Per Diluted Share For The Fourth Quarter 2012

Knight increased market share of retail U.S. equity volume both quarter over
quarter and year over year among leading market makers

Fourth quarter pre-tax income of $6.8 million included an $11.4 million
non-cash write-down of an investment and $7.7 million in professional fees
related to the announced merger and August 1st technology issue

PR Newswire

JERSEY CITY, N.J., Jan. 24, 2013

JERSEY CITY, N.J., Jan. 24, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --Knight Capital Group, Inc.
(NYSE Euronext: KCG) today reported consolidated earnings of $6.5 million, or
$0.01 per diluted share, for the fourth quarter of 2012.

The fourth quarter 2012 GAAP net income attributable to common stockholders
was $5.2 million, or $0.01 per diluted share, which includes a $7.4 million,
or $0.02 per diluted share, non-cash write-down of a strategic investment as
well as professional fees related to the announced merger and August 1st
technology issue of $5.0 million, or $0.01 per diluted share, and a $1.2
million dividend on convertible preferred shares. On a non-GAAP basis, the
fourth quarter 2012 net income attributable to common stockholders was $18.9
million, or $0.05 per diluted share. A reconciliation of GAAP to non-GAAP
results is included below.

For the fourth quarter of 2011, the company reported consolidated earnings of
$40.2 million, or $0.43 per diluted share.

Revenues for the fourth quarter of 2012 were $287.7 million, compared to
$341.3 million for the fourth quarter of 2011.

At December 31, 2012, the company had $413.9 million in cash and cash
equivalents. The company had $1.5 billion in aggregate stockholders' equity
and preferred shares as of December 31, 2012, equivalent to a book value of
$4.07 per share (which includes preferred shares on an as-converted basis).
The company had $1.5 billion in stockholders' equity as of December 31, 2011,
equivalent to a book value of $15.13 per share. Tangible book value as of
December 31, 2012 was $3.30 per share (which includes preferred shares on an
as-converted basis) as compared to $10.67 at December 31, 2011.

"In the fourth quarter of 2012, Knight fully recaptured market share in core
product areas and returned to profitability," said Thomas M. Joyce, Chairman
and Chief Executive Officer, Knight Capital Group. "The rapid normalization of
client trading activity demonstrates Knight's critical role in the markets and
commitment to providing superior executions. Nevertheless, the financial
results for the quarter were negatively impacted by the steep year over year
declines in consolidated U.S. equity volume and market volatility as well as
the write-down of an investment and heightened professional fees. As
previously disclosed, Knight announced a merger with GETCO LLC during the
fourth quarter, which will create a true category leader among market makers
and agency brokers. Separately, as part of our continuing efforts to align and
focus resources, Knight will consolidate the full service and electronic
institutional equities sales teams as well as discontinue correspondent
clearing."

"Continuing operations" includes the company's Market Making, Institutional
Sales and Trading, Electronic Execution Services, and Corporate and Other
segments. Market Making consists of all global market making across equities,
fixed income, foreign exchange, futures and options as well as the company's
activities as a Designated Market Maker at the NYSE. Institutional Sales and
Trading includes full-service institutional research, sales and trading as
well as equity and debt capital markets, reverse mortgage origination and
securitization, and asset management. Electronic Execution Services includes
Knight Direct, Knight Hotspot FX and Knight BondPoint. Corporate and Other
includes strategic investments primarily in financial services-related
ventures, futures execution and custody services, clearing and settlement
activity, corporate overhead expenses and all other income and expenses that
are not attributable to the other reporting segments.

                                                      Q4 2012        Q4 2011
Revenues ($ thousands)                                287,651        341,327
Net income ($ thousands)                              6,458          40,238
Diluted EPS GAAP basis($)                             0.01           0.43
Diluted EPS Non-GAAP basis($)                         0.05           0.43
U.S. equity Market Making statistics:
    Average daily dollar value traded ($              20.6           23.2
    billions)
    Average daily trades (thousands)                 2,757.8        3,583.8
    Nasdaq and Listed shares traded (billions)        41.2           51.0
    FINRA OTC Bulletin Board and Other shares         132.0          119.5
    traded (billions)
    Average revenue capture per U.S. equity           1.04           1.25
    dollar value traded (bps)
Average daily Knight Direct equity shares             219.5          210.5
(millions)
Average daily Knight Hotspot FX notional dollar       21.4           27.0
value traded ($ billions)**
                                                      YTD 2012       YTD 2011
Revenues ($ thousands)                                736,091        1,404,527
Net (loss) income ($ thousands)                       (347,067)      115,237
Diluted EPS GAAP basis($)                             (6.05)         1.21
Diluted EPS Non-GAAP basis($)                         0.62           1.21
U.S. equity Market Making statistics:
    Average daily dollar value traded ($              20.1           25.3
    billions)
    Average daily trades (thousands)                 2,978.9        3,620.6
    Nasdaq and Listed shares traded (billions)        172.1          216.5
    FINRA OTC Bulletin Board and Other shares         621.3          876.7
    traded (billions)
    Average revenue capture per U.S. equity           0.06           1.06
    dollar value traded (bps)
    Average revenue capture per U.S. equity
    dollar value traded, excluding
     impact of Facebook IPO and August 1st          1.03           1.06
    technology issue (bps) *
Average daily Knight Direct equity shares             207.1          183.7
(millions)
Average daily Knight Hotspot FX notional dollar       25.4           29.6
value traded ($ billions)**
*   Statistic excludes $26.0 million in trading losses related to
    the Facebook IPO and $456.6 million in trading losses
    related to the August 1st technology issue.
**  In the second quarter of 2012, Knight modified the reporting of
    Knight Hotspot FX notional dollar value traded volume
    to count one side of the transaction.The company previously
    counted total client volume to include both sides of the
    transaction. The company posts Knight Hotspot FX volume
    statistics each month to its web site, which has been
    updated to show one-sided volume statistics
    dating back to the beginning of 2010.

"Despite unprecedented challenges, Knight finished the year strong," said Mr.
Joyce. "For the full year 2012, Knight ranked first among market makers in
retail U.S. equity volume and continued to drive execution quality for
individual investors. The firm's electronic trading products gained market
share year over year across institutional equities, institutional spot foreign
exchange and retail fixed income. Subsidiary Urban Financial Group ranked
second in reverse mortgage origination and accounted for nearly a quarter of
all HMBS issuance during the year."

Market Making
During the fourth quarter of 2012, the Market Making segment generated total
revenues of $136.4 million and pre-tax income of $32.4 million. In the fourth
quarter of 2011, Market Making reported total revenues of $187.4 million and
pre-tax income of $84.4 million. Market Making had pre-tax margins of 24
percent in the fourth quarter of 2012 compared to pre-tax margins of 45
percent in the fourth quarter of 2011. The results were impacted by an
estimated eight percent decrease in overall retail U.S. equity volume year
over year as well as an approximate 44 percent decline in market volatility
over the same period.

"In Market Making, Knight posted its highest quarterly market share of retail
U.S. equity volume in two years," said Mr. Joyce. "The data, I believe,
reflect the completeness of Knight's offering in terms of market coverage,
deep natural liquidity, execution quality and client service. Despite
encouraging signs in retail trading activity, the poor overall market
conditions constrained financial results."

Institutional Sales and Trading
During the fourth quarter of 2012, the Institutional Sales and Trading segment
generated total revenues of $114.8 million and pre-tax income of $9.4 million.
In the fourth quarter of 2011, Institutional Sales and Trading reported total
revenues of $103.8 million and a pre-tax loss of $17.1 million.

"In Institutional Sales and Trading, Knight resumed the turnaround effort and
recorded a profitable quarter," said Mr. Joyce. "The results are due to a
combination of year over year segment revenue growth and expense reductions
across the sales and trading desks. Urban made a major contribution from
increased origination and securitization compared to a year ago."

Electronic Execution Services
During the fourth quarter of 2012, the Electronic Execution Services segment
generated total revenues of $36.8 million and pre-tax income of $7.2 million.
In the fourth quarter of 2011, Electronic Execution Services reported total
revenues of $40.6 million and pre-tax income of $12.5 million. Electronic
Execution Services had pre-tax margins of 20 percent in the fourth quarter of
2012 compared to pre-tax margins of 31 percent in the fourth quarter of 2011.
The results were impacted by declines in overall market volumes of U.S.
equities, institutional spot foreign exchange and retail U.S. corporate bonds.

"In Electronic Execution Services, Knight continued to outperform the markets
and post solid margins," said Mr. Joyce. "Knight Direct, Knight Hotspot FX and
Knight BondPoint all increased market share year over year amid weaker overall
volumes in their respective categories. The client acceptance underscores the
spread of electronic trading and exceptional utility of Knight's platforms."

The combined institutional equities sales team, comprised of staff from
Institutional Sales and Trading and Electronic Execution Services, will be
jointly led by Head of Institutional Equities Joseph Mazzella and Head of
International Albert Maasland. As a result of the consolidation, Head of
Electronic Execution Services David Lehmann will leave the firm.

"In David's 10 years at Knight, he made numerous meaningful contributions to
our growth. We thank him for his advice and guidance over the years and wish
him all the best as he moves forward," said Mr. Joyce.

Corporate and Other
During the fourth quarter of 2012, the Corporate and Other segment reported a
pre-tax loss of $42.3 million, which included an $11.4 million non-cash
write-down of a strategic investment and approximately $7.7 million in
professional fees associated with the announced merger and the August 1st
technology issue. In the fourth quarter of 2011, the Corporate and Other
segment reported a pre-tax loss of $16.5 million.

Given the discontinuation of correspondent clearing, Head of Correspondent
Clearing Steven Sadoff will leave the firm.

"Steven performed tremendous work in leading Knight's technology and
operations, and we thank him for his service," said Mr. Joyce.

Headcount at December 31, 2012 was 1,524 full-time employees, compared to
1,423 full-time employees at December 31, 2011. The increase in headcount year
over year is primarily due to the acquisition of our futures business as well
as the expansion of market making and reverse mortgage origination.

During the fourth quarter of 2012, the company did not repurchase any shares
under the company's existing stock repurchase program. To date, the company
has repurchased 76.7 million shares for $879.1 million. The company has
approximately $120.9 million of availability to repurchase shares under the
program. The company cautions that there are no assurances that any further
repurchases may actually occur.

Non-GAAP Financial Presentations
The company believes that certain non-GAAP financial presentations, when taken
into consideration with the corresponding GAAP financial presentations, are
important in understanding the company's operating results. Selected financial
information is included in the company's non-GAAP financial presentations for
the three months and year ended December 31, 2012. This information includes
the effects of the August 1, 2012 technology issue and subsequent related
costs, the write-down of goodwill and intangible assets, trading losses
related to the Facebook IPO, a gain resulting from a change in the tax status
of a strategic investment, the write-down of a strategic investment,
professional fees related to the announced merger, and a deemed dividend
related to the beneficial conversion feature of convertible preferred shares
issued in August 2012. We believe this presentation provides meaningful
information to stockholders and investors as it provides comparability for our
results of operations for the three months and year ended December 31, 2012
with the results for the three months and year ended December 31, 2011. See
schedules below for a full reconciliation of GAAP to non-GAAP financial
presentations.

* * *

Copies of this earnings release and other company information can be obtained
on Knight's website, http://www.knight.com. In addition, the company will
release its monthly volume statistics for December 2012 on its website at
http://www.knight.com/ourfirm/volumestats.asp before the start of trading
today. Due to the announced merger with GETCO LLC, Knight will not host a
conference call on the fourth quarter of 2012.

* * *

About Knight
Knight Capital Group (NYSE Euronext: KCG) is a global financial services firm
that provides access to the capital markets across multiple asset classes to a
broad network of clients, including broker-dealers, institutions and
corporations. Knight is headquartered in Jersey City, N.J. with a global
presence across the Americas, Europe, and the Asia Pacific regions. For
further information about Knight, please visit www.knight.com.

Certain statements contained herein may constitute "forward-looking
statements" within the meaning of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act
of 1995. Forward-looking statements are typically identified by words such as
"believe," "expect," "anticipate," "intend," "target," "estimate," "continue,"
"positions," "prospects" or "potential," by future conditional verbs such as
"will," "would," "should," "could" or "may", or by variations of such words or
by similar expressions. These "forward-looking statements" are not historical
facts and are based on current expectations, estimates and projections about
the parties' industry, management beliefs and certain assumptions made by
management, many of which, by their nature, are inherently uncertain and
beyond our control. Accordingly, readers are cautioned that any such
forward-looking statements are not guarantees of future performance and are
subject to certain risks, uncertainties and assumptions that are difficult to
predict including, without limitation, risks associated with the August 1,
2012 technology issue at Knight that resulted in Knight sending numerous
erroneous orders in NYSE-listed and NYSE Arca securities into the market and
the impact to Knight's capital structure and business as well as actions taken
in response thereto and consequences thereof, risks associated with Knight's
ability to recover all or a portion of the damages that are attributable to
the manner in which NASDAQ OMX handled the Facebook IPO, risks associated with
changes in market structure, legislative, regulatory or financial reporting
rules, risks associated with past or future changes to organizational
structure and management and the costs, integration, performance and operation
of businesses previously acquired or developed organically, or that may be
acquired or developed organically in the future. Readers should carefully
review the risks and uncertainties disclosed in Knight's reports with the SEC,
including, without limitation, those detailed under "Certain Factors Affecting
Results of Operations" and "Risk Factors" in the Company's Annual Report on
Form 10-K for the year-ended December 31, 2011 and in the Company's Quarterly
Report on Form 10-Q for the quarter ended September 30, 2012, and in other
reports or documents Knight or the new Knight/GETCO holding company files
with, or furnishes to, the SEC from time to time.

In addition to factors previously disclosed in Knight's reports filed with the
SEC and those identified elsewhere in this filing, the following factors among
others, could cause actual results to differ materially from forward-looking
statements or historical performance: ability to obtain regulatory approvals
and meet other closing conditions to the mergers, including approval by Knight
and GETCO stockholders, on the expected terms and schedule; delay in closing
the mergers; difficulties and delays in integrating the Knight and GETCO
businesses or fully realizing cost savings and other benefits; business
disruption following the mergers; the inability to sustain revenue and
earnings growth; customer and client actions; and the inability to realize
cost savings or revenues or to implement integration plans and other
consequences associated with mergers, acquisitions and divestitures.



KNIGHT CAPITAL GROUP,
INC.
CONSOLIDATED STATEMENTS OF
OPERATIONS
(Unaudited)
                      For the three months ended  For the year ended December
                      December 31,               31,
                      2012           2011         2012            2011
                      (In thousands, except per share amounts)
Revenues
  Commissions and     $  150,901     $  164,587   $  652,821      $ 749,911
  fees
  Net trading revenue    140,478        168,412      50,082         631,989
  Interest, net          6,985          443          24,859         4,649
  Investment (loss)
  income and other,      (10,713)       7,885        8,329          17,978
  net
       Total revenues    287,651        341,327      736,091        1,404,527
Expenses
  Employee
  compensation and       122,477        137,496      525,247        583,786
  benefits
  Execution and          47,183         53,433       200,363        229,209
  clearance fees
  Communications and     25,145         21,557       97,689         87,109
  data processing
  Payments for order     28,666         19,238       90,608         85,269
  flow
  Interest              13,119         11,827       52,889         42,068
  Depreciation and       11,635         13,519       50,348         54,000
  amortization
  Professional fees      13,442         5,907        32,375         21,305
  Occupancy and          7,317          6,558        27,324         28,084
  equipment rentals
  Business               4,633          6,490        20,673         23,360
  development
  Writedown of assets
  and lease loss         -              700          143,034        2,978
  accrual
  Restructuring          -              -            -              28,624
  Other                  7,218          1,455        32,231         31,606
       Total expenses    280,835        278,180      1,272,781      1,217,398
Income (loss) from
continuing operations    6,816          63,147       (536,690)      187,129
before income taxes
Income tax expense       358            22,883       (189,623)      71,488
(benefit)
Income (loss) from
continuing               6,458          40,264       (347,067)      115,641
operations, net of
tax
Loss from
discontinued             -              (26)         -              (404)
operations, net of
tax
Net income (loss)     $  6,458       $  40,238    $  (347,067)    $ 115,237
Dividend on
convertible preferred    (1,217)        -            (2,268)        -
shares
Deemed dividend
related to beneficial
conversion
 feature of
convertible preferred    -              -            (373,364)      -
shares
Net income (loss)
attributable to       $  5,241       $  40,238    $  (722,699)    $ 115,237
common stockholders
Basic earnings (loss)
per share from        $  0.03        $  0.45      $  (6.05)       $ 1.26
continuing operations
Diluted earnings
(loss) per share     $  0.01        $  0.43      $  (6.05)       $ 1.22
from continuing
operations
Basic earnings (loss) $  0.03        $  0.44      $  (6.05)       $ 1.26
per share
Diluted earnings      $  0.01        $  0.43      $  (6.05)       $ 1.21
(loss) per share
Shares used in
computation of basic     176,907        90,427       119,376        91,490
earnings per share
Shares used in
computation of           358,273        93,141       119,376        95,013
diluted earnings per
share



KNIGHT CAPITAL GROUP, INC.
CONSOLIDATED STATEMENTS OF FINANCIAL CONDITION
(Unaudited)
                                         December 31, 2012  December 31, 2011
                                         (In thousands)
ASSETS
 Cash and cash equivalents               $     413,926       $    467,633
 Cash and securities segregated under          166,992            11,010
 federal and other regulations
 Financial instruments owned, at fair
 value:
     Equities                                  1,463,916          1,416,090
     Debt securities                           249,846            134,631
     Listed equity options                     202,091            280,384
     Loan inventory                            191,712            206,572
     Other financial instruments               237                21,483
     Securitized HECM loan inventory           4,054,905          1,722,631
 Total financial instruments owned, at         6,162,707          3,781,791
 fair value
 Collateralized agreements:
     Securities borrowed                      1,008,720          1,494,647
 Receivable from brokers, dealers and          1,149,984          623,897
 clearing organizations
 Fixed assets and leasehold
 improvements,
     at cost, less accumulated            108,114            111,464
     depreciation and amortization
 Investments                                   78,348             83,231
 Goodwill                                      213,900            337,843
 Intangible assets, less accumulated           64,833             92,889
 amortization
 Income taxes receivable                       152,576            9,788
 Other assets                                  258,347            138,758
 Total assets                            $     9,778,447     $    7,152,951
LIABILITIES, CONVERTIBLE PREFERRED
STOCK & EQUITY
Liabilities
 Financial instruments sold, not yet
 purchased, at fair value:
     Equities                            $     1,164,999     $    1,369,750
     Debt securities                           318,158            63,073
     Listed equity options                     155,942            254,506
     Other financial instruments               5,505              34,563
 Total financial instruments sold, not         1,644,604          1,721,892
 yet purchased, at fair value
  Collateralized financings:
     Securities loaned                       504,082            697,998
     Financial instruments sold under          466,487            420,320
     agreements to repurchase
     Other secured financings                  146,330            59,405
     Liability to GNMA trusts, at fair         4,002,704          1,710,627
     value
 Total collateralized financings              5,119,603          2,888,350
 Payable to brokers, dealers and               388,788            322,660
 clearing organizations
 Payable to customers                          402,464            23,664
 Accrued compensation expense                  153,934            188,939
 Accrued expenses and other liabilities        197,761            121,083
 Long-term debt                               388,753            424,338
 Total liabilities                             8,295,907          5,690,926
Convertible Preferred Stock                    229,857            -
Equity
     Class A common stock                      2,748              1,664
     Additional paid-in capital                1,400,317          850,837
     Retained earnings                         710,621            1,433,320
     Treasury stock, at cost                   (858,907)          (823,023)
     Accumulated other comprehensive           (2,096)            (773)
     loss
 Total equity                                  1,252,683          1,462,025
 Total liabilities, convertible          $     9,778,447     $    7,152,951
 preferred stock and equity



KNIGHT CAPITAL GROUP,
INC.
PRE-TAX EARNINGS BY BUSINESS SEGMENT*
(In thousands)
(Unaudited)
                        For the three months ended    For the year ended

                        December 31,                  December 31,
                        2012             2011         2012         2011
Market Making
Revenues ^(1) (3)       $   136,439      $  187,365   $ 60,940     $ 704,471
Expenses ^(2) (5)           104,015         103,014     429,417      448,390
Pre-tax earnings            32,424          84,351      (368,477)    256,080
(loss)
Institutional Sales
and Trading
Revenues ^(3)               114,789         103,828     468,444      511,525
Expenses ^(2) (5)           105,355         120,977     592,649      555,885
Pre-tax earnings            9,434           (17,149)    (124,205)    (44,360)
(loss)
Electronic Execution
Services
Revenues                    36,767          40,579      159,054      167,926
Expenses ^(5)               29,549          28,104      121,954      118,444
Pre-tax earnings            7,218           12,475      37,100       49,482
Corporate and Other
Revenues ^(4)               (345)           9,555       47,654       20,606
Expenses ^(2) (5)           41,915          26,084      128,761      94,679
Pre-tax loss                (42,261)        (16,529)    (81,108)     (74,074)
Consolidated
Revenues                    287,651         341,327     736,091      1,404,527
Expenses                    280,835         278,180     1,272,781    1,217,398
Pre-tax earnings        $   6,816        $  63,147    $ (536,690)  $ 187,129
(loss)
* Totals may not add due to
rounding.
(1) - Included in revenues for the year ended December 31, 2012 is a trading
loss of $457.6 million related
 to the August 1st technology
issue.
(2) - Included in expenses for the year ended December 31, 2012 is a writedown
of assets of $143.0 million
 which includes $11.9 million for Market Making and $131.1 million for
Institutional Sales and Trading.
 Additionally, the Corporate and Other segment includes $7.7 million for
the three months ended December 31, 2012
 and $11.2 million for the year ended December 31, 2012 in professional
fees related to the merger and the August 1st
 technology
issue.
(3) - Included in revenues for the year ended December 31, 2012 is a Facebook
IPO trading loss of
 $35.4 million which includes $26.0 million for Market Making and $9.4
million for Institutional Sales and Trading.
(4) - Included in revenues for the three months and year ended December 31,
2012 is an $11.4 million write-down of a
 strategic investment. Also included in revenues for the year ended
December 31, 2012 is a gain on strategic
 investment of
$10.0 million.
(5) - Included in expenses for the year ended December 31, 2011 is a
Restructuring charge of $28.6 million
 which includes $0.5 million for Market Making, $23.9 million for
Institutional Sales and Trading,
 $0.4 million for Electronic Execution Services, and $3.8
million for Corporate and Other.



KNIGHT CAPITAL GROUP,
INC.
Regulation G Reconciliation of
Non-GAAP financial measures
(in thousands)
                                    Institutional  Electronic
Three months ended      Market      Sales                      Corporate
December 31, 2012       Making                     Execution              Consolidated
                                    and Trading                and Other
                                                   Services
Reconciliation of GAAP
Pre-Tax to Non-GAAP
Pre-Tax:
GAAP Pre-Tax Income     $       $        $       $      $     
(Loss)                    32,424     9,434            (42,261)      6,816
                                                   7,218
Write-down of           -           -              -           11,384     11,384
strategic investment
Professional fees
related to merger and   -           -              -           7,702      7,702
August 1st technology
issue
Non-GAAP Pre-Tax        $       $        $       $      $     
Income (Loss)             32,424     9,434            (23,175)     25,902
                                                   7,218
Year ended December     Market      Institutional  Electronic  Corporate
31, 2012                Making      Sales and      Execution   and Other  Consolidated
                                    Trading        Services
Reconciliation of GAAP
Pre-Tax to Non-GAAP
Pre-Tax:
GAAP Pre-Tax (Loss)     $       $        $       $      $     
Income                  (368,477)  (124,205)               (81,108)   (536,690)
                                                   37,100
August 1st trading
loss, related costs    457,570     -              -           11,222     468,792
and professional fees
related to merger
Write-down of assets    11,917      131,117        -           -          143,034
Facebook IPO trading    25,975      9,385          78          -          35,438
losses
Investment gain         -           -              -           (9,992)    (9,992)
Write-down of           -           -              -           11,384     11,384
strategic investment
Non-GAAP Pre-Tax        $       $        $       $      $     
Income (Loss)            126,985     16,297              (68,494)    111,966
                                                   37,178
* Totals may not add
due to rounding



KNIGHT CAPITAL GROUP, INC.
Regulation G Reconciliation of
Non-GAAP financial measures
(in thousands, except per
share amounts)
                                Three Months Ended       Year Ended
                                December 31, 2012       December 31, 2012
                                $          EPS           $           EPS
Reconciliation of GAAP Net
Income (Loss) to Non - GAAP
Net Income :
Net income (loss) attributable  $      $        $          $    
to common stockholders - GAAP   5,241     0.01         (722,699)  (6.05)
Add back:
Deemed dividend related to
beneficial conversion feature   -          -             373,364     3.13
of convertible preferred
shares
Dividend on convertible         1,217      0.00          2,268       0.01
preferred shares
August 1st trading loss,
related costs and professional  5,006      0.01          304,923     2.55
fees related to merger
Write-down of assets            -          -             93,037      0.78
Facebook IPO trading losses     -          -             23,051      0.19
Investment gain                 -          -             (6,499)     (0.05)
Write-down of strategic         7,400      0.02          7,400       0.06
investment
Net income attributable to      $       $        $        $    
common stockholders - Non-GAAP  18,864    0.05         74,846      0.62
Shares used in computation of              358,273                   119,376
earnings per share
* Totals may not add due to
rounding





SOURCE Knight Capital Group, Inc.

Website: http://www.knight.com
Contact: Kara Fitzsimmons, Managing Director, Media Relations,
+1-201-356-1523, kfitzsimmons@knight.com or Jonathan Mairs, Managing Director,
Corporate Communications & Investor Relations, +1-201-356-1529,
jmairs@knight.com
 
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