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  2. Frank DiPascali - Wikipedia

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    Frank DiPascali, Jr. (October 28, 1956 – May 7, 2015) was an American financier and fraudster who was a key lieutenant of Bernie Madoff for three decades. [1] [2] He referred to himself as the company's "director of options trading" and as " chief financial officer ".

  3. DealBook - The New York Times

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    Making sense of the latest news in finance, markets and policy — and the power brokers behind the headlines.

  4. The Wizard of Lies - Wikipedia

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    The Wizard of Lies is a 2017 American television biopic film directed by Barry Levinson and written by Sam Levinson, Sam Baum, and John Burnham Schwartz, based on the 2011 non-fiction book of the same name by Diana B. Henriques.

  5. Hank Azaria - Wikipedia

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    Henry Albert Azaria (/ ə ˈ z ɛər i ə / ə-ZAIR-ee-ə; born April 25, 1964) is an American actor, comedian, and writer.He is known for voicing many characters in the animated sitcom The Simpsons (1989–present), most notably Moe Szyslak, Chief Wiggum, Comic Book Guy, Snake Jailbird, and formerly Apu Nahasapeemapetilon, Lou, Carl Carlson, and Bumblebee Man, among others.

  6. Participants in the Madoff investment scandal - Wikipedia

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    Frank DiPascali. Frank DiPascali, 52, who referred to himself as "director of options trading" and as "chief financial officer" at Madoff Securities, pleaded guilty on August 11, 2009, to 10 counts: conspiracy, securities fraud, investment advisor fraud, mail fraud, wire fraud, perjury, income tax evasion, international money laundering ...

  7. Jeffry Picower - Wikipedia

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    Jeffry M. Picower (May 5, 1942 – October 25, 2009) was an American investor involved in the Madoff investment scandal. He was the largest beneficiary of Madoff's Ponzi scheme, and his widow agreed to have his estate settle the claims against it by Madoff trustee Irving Picard for $7.2 billion, the largest single forfeiture in American judicial history.

  8. Madoff investment scandal - Wikipedia

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    Frank DiPascali, who referred to himself as "director of options trading" and as "chief financial officer" at Madoff Securities, pled guilty on August 11, 2009, to 10 counts: conspiracy, securities fraud, investment advisor fraud, mail fraud, wire fraud, perjury, income tax evasion, international money laundering, falsifying books and records ...

  9. Bernie Madoff - Wikipedia

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    Madoff's right-hand man and financial chief, Frank DiPascali, pleaded guilty to 10 federal charges in 2009 and (like Friehling) testified for the government at the trial of five former colleagues, all of whom were convicted. DiPascali faced a sentence of up to 125 years, but he died of lung cancer in May 2015, before he could be sentenced.

  10. Shana Madoff - Wikipedia

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    Shana Diane Madoff (/ ˈ m eɪ d ɔː f / MAY-doff; born December 8, 1967), sometimes referred to as Shana Madoff Skoller Swanson, is an American former attorney who is now a yoga teacher.

  11. List of Most Notorious Fraudsters Ever

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    Frank Abagnale’s life story inspired the film Catch Me If You Can. He was a con man, imposter and did check forgery from the age 15 to 21. He assumed the identities of an airline pilot, a physician and a lawyer, among others. He was eventually arrested and after spending few years in prison started working for the federal government.