Opinion, Regulation & Supervision

One vulnerability still threatens investors 15 years after Madoff

By Rory Doyle
Cosmic
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This March marked 15 years since Bernie Madoff pleaded guilty to the largest known Ponzi scheme in history, worth an estimated $65bn. The disgraced financier — who died in custody three years ago — was once one of the most respected figures on Wall Street. 

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