Britain’s Role in Madoff Fraud Significant

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Regulators in England said that Bernard Madoff Investment Securities’ office in London, England may have played the largest part in orchestrating the Ponzi scheme which has ridiculed and hurt hundreds of investors. Continue reading ‘Britain’s Role in Madoff Fraud Significant.’

The Unspoken Ponzi Price Tag

The Securities and Exchange Commission has, since the Madoff scandal, released the names of dozens of smaller Ponzi schemes as they filed complaints, but a key regulator says there are “hundreds more” under investigation. Continue reading ‘The Unspoken Ponzi Price Tag.’

Madoff’s Accountant Charged With Fraud

David Friehling, 49, twenty year-accountant for the now-infamous Ponzi scheme extraordinaire Bernard Madoff, was charged Wednesday after prosecutors in the case worked on increasing the scope of their investigation. Continue reading ‘Madoff’s Accountant Charged With Fraud.’

$600,000 British Columbian Ponzi Scheme

The British Columbia Securities Commission settled the case of a Canadian owned and operated Ponzi scheme which may have stolen up to $600,000 from investors in the traditional pay-off-investors-with-new-investors style of running the float. Continue reading ‘$600,000 British Columbian Ponzi Scheme.’

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