AIDING AND ABETTING, A MADOFF FAMILY AFFAIR: WHY SECONDARY ACTORS SHOULD BE HELD ACCOUNTABLE FOR SECURITIES FRAUD THROUGH THE RESTORATION OF THE PRIVATE RIGHT OF ACTION FOR AIDING AND ABETTING LIABILITY UNDER THE FEDERAL SECURITIES LAWS
- CALLS FOR NEW RULES AFTER MADOFF. MITCHELL, DONNA // On Wall Street;Feb2009, Vol. 19 Issue 2, p18
The article focuses on a request made by investment advisors to formalize business regulations in managing client assets as a result of Bernard Madoff's alleged Ponzi scheme. These investment advisors have filed documents with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) asking that client...
- Director of Madoff doc eschews Jewish angle. Fox, Michael // Washington Jewish Week;8/25/2011, Vol. 47 Issue 34, p18
The article reports on the impact of the Ponzi scheme operated by Bernie Madoff on Jewish organizations and charities.
- LETTERS FROM A SOCIOPATH. HENRIQUES, DIANA B // Forbes Asia;Apr2012, Vol. 8 Issue 5, p44
Several personal letters by Bernie Madoff, who ran the largest Ponzi scheme in history, written to his biographer related to the Madoff investment scandal mentioning Irving H. Picard, as the bankruptcy trustee are presented.
- The Fraud Files. // Value Examiner;Jan/Feb2009, p36
This section offers news briefs concerning fraud in the U.S. as of January 2009. Businessman Bernard Madoff has been arrested and charged with operating a $50 billion ponzi scheme. The Securities and Exchange Commission filed a settled enforcement action charging Siemens AG with violations of...
- London's Standards Board Wants Hedge Funds To Open Up Operations. Kentouris, Chris // Securities Industry News;7/6/2009, Vol. 21 Issue 15, p5
The article reports that Hedge Fund Standards Board (HFSB) of London, England is proposing hedge funds hire independent parties to oversee the custody, record-keeping and valuation of their assets in 2009. They also demanded that disclosures be made on possible restrictions on redemptions....
- Prison time should benefit community and state. Hill, Mary // Collinsville Herald;4/11/2012, Vol. 54 Issue 15, pA7
The author reflects on the 150-year prison term of Bernie Madoff for defrauding investors and the money that the government spends to feed and house him when he should be made to work to repay his debts.
- Bernie Madoff. // New Internationalist;Jul/Aug2009, Issue 424, p32
The article discusses financier Bernard Madoff and his exposure as manager of a Ponzi scheme that defrauded wealthy and powerful people. The article categorizes his clients including slumlords, celebrities and charities as well as major banks and hedge funds. It also establishes that his entire...
- SWINDLED! K. M. K. // Odyssey;Feb2010, Vol. 19 Issue 2, p11
The article offers information on the securities fraud conspired by Wall Street, New York financier, Bernard L. Madoff.
- Ruth Madoff reportedly to divorce Bernie. // New Jersey Jewish News;8/18/2011, Vol. 65 Issue 33, p19
The article reports that Ruth Madoff will divorce with Ponzi schemer and husband, Bernard Madoff, in order to make up with her son.