Bernard Madoff Ponzi Scheme

The fallout from Bernie Madoff’s alleged Ponzi scheme has left thousands of individual and institutional investors with significant losses and unanswered questions regarding their assets. Investors world-wide have revealed the exposure to Madoff’s firm is nearly $30 billion, and it is estimated that this figure could reach $50 billion. Among the biggest victims were wealthy individuals, charities, hedge funds, and banks in Europe, Latin America and Asia.

Zamansky LLC is currently representing victims across the world who have lost investment funds either through directly investing with Bernard Madoff or through the so-called “feeder funds” and fund-of-funds. Reports have shown an alarming lack of due diligence on the part of the managers of these funds into Mr. Madoff and his investment scheme.

These funds may be held liable for investor losses as could other third-parties including clearing brokers, auditors, and others that may have aided or abetted Mr. Madoff’s stunning fraud.

Among the investments firms that could face liability are:

  • Fairfield Greenwich Advisors
  • Tremont Capital Management
  • Banco Santander
  • Bank Medici
  • Ascot Partners
  • Access International Advisors
  • Fortis
  • Union Bancaire
  • Nataxis SA
  • Royal Bank of Scotland Group PLC
  • BNP Paribas
  • BBVA
  • Man Group PLC
  • Reichmuth & Co.
  • Nomura Holdings
  • Maxam Capital Management
  • EIM SA
  • AXA SA
  • UniCredit SpA
  • Nordea Bank AB
  • Hyposwiss
  • Banque Benedict Hentsh & Co
  • Bramdean Alternatives
  • Harel Insurance Investments & Financial Services
  • Societe Generele
  • Kingate Global Fund, LTD
  • Rye Investment Management (division of Tremont Group Holdings)

If you were invested with any of these organizations and/or have suffered losses stemming from the Bernard Madoff Ponzi Scheme, please contact Zamansky LLC by calling 212-742-1414 or by emailing us here.

Zamansky LLC will also be representing Madoff Ponzi scheme investors seeking monetary recoveries with the Securities Investor Protection Corporation, or SIPC. Investors with brokerage accounts may be protected when a firm fails. Brokerage customers may be able to recover as much as $500,000 for stolen securities and $100,000 for stolen cash.

Recovery of losses through SIPC due to the Madoff Ponzi scheme is likely to be a difficult process. Zamansky LLC is representing investors with SIPC claims and is overseeing the process on their behalf.

Zamansky LLC has extensive experience with Ponzi Schemes and can assist investors – big and small – and recover lost investments. Contact us for a free consultation. We ensure complete confidentiality.