Las víctimas olvidadas de Stanford ahora disponible en español

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Saturday, February 6, 2016

SEC's Stanford Case A Chance To Clarify Compliance Duties

Compliance officers who worry they have an enforcement target on their back may soon get some clarity — and perhaps reassurance — from the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission when it rules on a case involving convicted Ponzi schemer R. Allen Stanford's former top compliance manager.

On Monday, the SEC is scheduled to hear oral arguments in an appeal by Bernerd Young, a former regulator who was the chief compliance officer at Stanford Group Company Inc. at the time the $7 billion fraud was exposed. He...

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Wednesday, February 3, 2016

Receiver files 3rd Schedule of Payments to be Made Pursuant to the 2nd Interim Distribution Plan

On February 2, 2016, the Receiver filed his 3rd Schedule of distribution payments under the 2nd Interim Distribution Plan with the United States District Court for the Northern District of Texas, Dallas Division. The 3rd Schedule will be followed by others, each of which will be submitted by the Receiver on a rolling basis.

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Tuesday, February 2, 2016

How a Canadian bank backed a billionaire fraudster


How a Canadian bank backed a billionaire fraudster. 



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Saturday, January 30, 2016

Allen Stanford’s house of cards: How TD banked the 2nd-largest Ponzi scheme in U.S. history

Allen Stanford’s con was epic. He was responsible for the second biggest Ponzi scheme in U.S. history outdone only by Bernie Madoff.

With a silver tongue and endless charisma, the brash Texan built a multi-billion dollar bank on the island of Antigua. By the late 2000s Stanford Financial Group had grown into an empire with over 21,000 clients throughout the U.S. and South America.

When it collapsed in 2009, over $7 billion in investments disappeared in what one U.S. judge would call “one of the most egregious criminal frauds ever presented to a trial jury in federal court.”

To pull off that massive scam, Stanford needed help and he found it in the most unlikely of places – the Toronto Dominion Bank in Canada......................


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