米国史上最大の詐欺の操作はかなり簡単でした。 バーニー・マドフは投資家のお金をすべてチェースの銀行口座に預け、必要に応じて支払いました。 その高さで、彼の口座残高は5億ドルを超えていました。 彼がお金を使い果たしたとき、計画は崩壊した。

バーニー・マドフ

「マドフ」はここにリダイレクトします。 同じ姓を持つ他の人については、マドフ(姓)を参照してください。 バーナード・マドフに関するミニシリーズについては、マドフ(ミニシリーズ)を参照してください。

バーナード・ローレンス・マドフ(/ ˈmeɪdɔːf /; 29年1938月64.8日生まれ)は、アメリカの元マーケットメーカー、投資顧問、金融業者、有罪判決を受けた詐欺師であり、現在、大規模なポンジースキームに関連する犯罪で連邦刑務所に服役しています。 彼は、NASDAQ株式市場の元非執行会長であり、世界史上最大のポンジースキームの告白された運営者であり、米国史上最大の金融詐欺です。 検察は、4,800年30月2008日現在のマドフのXNUMX人の顧客の口座の金額に基づいて、詐欺はXNUMX億ドルの価値があると推定しました。

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8 thoughts on “The operation of the largest fraud in US history was fairly simple. Bernie Madoff deposited all his investors’ money into his Chase bank account and paid them off as necessary. At its height his account balance was over $5 billion. The scheme collapsed when he ran out of money.”

  1. skyburnsred

    Jeez, imagine logging into your bank app and seeing 5,000,000,000 as your account balance

  2. Logical_racoons

    I’m flabbergasted it took 9 years for fraud to uncover fully, when the alarm was first rang in 1999.

  3. drak0bsidian

    I was a camp counselor the summer after all this went down. Before the kids arrived the directors called us all in for a special meeting and said that a few of the kids, a couple girls and a boy, could not know who each other’s parents were, because one of the girls was Madoff’s granddaughter and the other two kids were from families who were totally wrecked from his scheme. It never came up, but at the time it was a huge deal. I recall the directors being more stressed than normal on visiting day. Looking back the directors were probably over-reacting since Madoff’s grandkids had a different last name than him, but at the time it was really intense.

  4. n00bcak3

    I thought I read somewhere that many of the investors were able to recoup some fractional percentage of their investments with him. If he money simply ran out on his Chase bank account, how was it possible that the investors got anything back?

  5. Robocop613

    > Others contended it was inconceivable that the growing volume of Madoff’s accounts could be competently and legitimately serviced by his documented accounting/auditing firm, a three-person firm with only one active accountant [77]

    Soooo the SEC really has no fangs if they couldn’t even sus this out..

  6. txia89

    My question is how could the people working at Chase not notice anything wrong with an account with $5B in it with suspicious transactions going in and out all the time.

  7. hardyflashier

    The film ‘The Other Guys’ does a great animation explaining all this in the end credit sequence

  8. seth3511

    I dont understand why he didn’t just run it legitimately and put the money into investments. He would have been rich either way.

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