Supreme Court Rejects Madoff Trustee’s $4 Billion Appeal – ValueWalk Premium

Supreme Court Rejects Madoff Trustee’s $4 Billion Appeal

The Supreme Court has rejected a court-appointed trustee's push to claw back money from hundreds of investors who profited from Bernard Madoff’s Ponzi scheme. The decision could bar the trustees from recovering about $2 billion, and it would make it harder to seek a further $2 billion, putting a total of $4.3 billion in question.


Madoff's trustee Picard recouped $10.69 billion
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