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  1. Third Madoff employee avoids prison sentence

    David Kugel, who helped create fake securities trades as part of the $17.5 billion Ponzi scheme, received a lighter sentence after helping the prosecution.

  2. FBI Investigating 500 Alleged Ponzi Schemes?

    It can't be confirmed, but word has it that the FBI is currently investigating about 500 alleged Ponzi schemes. Few of them will rival the mega-frauds of Bernie Madoff and Allen Stanford, but the cumulative effect is going to be far-reaching. And the proliferation of scams seems so pervasive that ...

  3. Madoff -Proofing Yourself

    This article represents opinions of the author and not those of his firm and are subject to change from time to time and do not constitute a recommendation to purchase and sale any security nor to engage in any particular investment strategy. The information contained here has been obtained from ...

  4. The SEC, RIA Ponzi Schemes and Fee-Only Purity

    The rash of Ponzi schemes involving RIAs, unregistered advisors and brokers raises many questions about regulators and advisors, and most of them are troubling. Why were so many regulators, not to mention supposedly sophisticated investors, asleep at the wheel before Madoff struck? Are some new ...

  5. When 'Just Trust Me' Isn't Enough

    Transparency is essential if you want to keep your clients' trust.

  6. Client losses total $44 million in 'Madoff of Main Street' case

    Jacob Cooper, founder of San Diego-based RIA Total Wealth Management, built his business to over $100 million in assets and more than 600 clients. Last week, a court-appointed receiver in a case brought by the SEC determined that more than $44 million of those assets are likely lost.

  7. The Friday Five

    This week: The ECB tries to accommodate, JPMorgan is fined again, and 'liquid gold' gets scarce.

  8. Two advisers owe $6.3M for selling hedge funds linked to Madoff

    Cited for due-diligence failure and not mentioning millions in fees received.

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