Frank DiPascali

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JPMorgan to Cough Up $2B in Madoff Case

Bank accused of turning a blind eye to vast Ponzi scheme

(Newser) - Five years after history's biggest Ponzi scheme was exposed, Bernie Madoff's main banker is facing a rare criminal action for its role in the scam and is preparing to settle for around $2 billion, reports the New York Times . JPMorgan is accused of turning a blind eye to... More »

Madoff Has $9B Secret Stash: Fellow Inmate

Former partner knows where it is, may cut deal

(Newser) - Bernie Madoff has a secret stash, and his partner in crime knows where it is. The Ponzi schemer has told fellow federal prisoners he funneled $9 billion to three people—“I think it was personal friends,” the source tells the New York Post —and he suspects Frank... More »

Madoff Lieutenant Expected to Blow Lid Off Scam

(Newser) - Investigators see yesterday's guilty plea of Bernard Madoff's right-hand man as a major breakthrough in their efforts to untangle the elaborate Ponzi scheme, BusinessWeek reports. Frank DiPascali, chief financial officer at Madoff's firm, has promised to cooperate with prosecutors and is expected to name other people involved in the scam... More »

Madoff Aide Pleads Guilty, Will Help Prosecutors

DiPascali will get time off his 125 years

(Newser) - Bernie Madoff's right-hand man pleaded guilty to a slew of fraud charges today and agreed to help prosecutors unravel how the multi-billion-dollar Ponzi scheme worked, the Wall Street Journal reports. In return, Frank DiPascali, 52, will get time shaved off his potential sentence of 125 years. DiPascali began working for... More »

Madoff's 'Ninja' Deputy Willing to Talk to Feds

(Newser) - Bernie Madoff's chief deputy is ready to talk, Fortune reports. Frank DiPascali is working out a deal with federal prosecutors in which he’ll name names and give details of how the massive Ponzi scheme operated. Among the surprises: No Madoff family members will be implicated, at least by DiPascali.... More »

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