Running head: BERNARD LA WRENCE "BERNIE" MADOFF 1 BERNARD LA WERENCE "BERNIE" MADOFF Naamah Pagan Augustine Weekley Business Law 1 August 21,2011 BERNARD LA WRENCE "BERNIE" MADOFF 2 Introduction Bernard Lawrence "Bernie" Madoff ran one of the largest Ponzi Schemes. A Ponzi scheme is a scam investment designed to separate investors from their money. It is named after Charles Ponzi, who constructed one such scheme at the beginning of the 20th century. The scheme is designed to convince
Fraud of the Century: The Case of Bernard Madoff Group No. 5: International Students 麥立妲 98370389 魏維德 98370390 巴玉連 98370452 December 2011 Introduction We chose Bernard Madoff’s case because we thought that we could relate his case to many unethical behaviors. The analysis can be made on decision making and lack of ethical training which we think is an important topic to focus on this course. On Dec. 11, 2008, Bernard Lawrence Madoff confessed that his vaunted investment
Bernie Madoff Andrea L. Nolt Strayer University Intro to Business Professor Karina Arzumanova August 21, 2011 Bernie Madoff Bernard Lawrence “Bernie Madoff” is an American former stock broker, investment adviser, non-executive chairman of the NASDAQ stock market, and the admitted operator of what has been described as the largest Ponzi scheme in history. (Bernard Madoff, 2011) This paper discusses the massive Ponzi scheme that Mr. Madoff created and those that were affected by it.
Bernard L. Madoff – Modern Ponzi Master Bernard L. Madoff Securities, LLC was formed by Mr Madoff in 1960 with $5,000 that he had earned lifeguarding (A&E Television Network, 2014). Bernie also secured a loan from his father-in-law in the amount of $50,000 to further fund the newly formed business. At this stage in his career, Bernie was making the firm’s profits by trading in penny stocks. He would receive requests to make investments from his clients. He would then contact another investor