1/13/09

Times: Madoff Losers List

Top 86 Madoff losers from the Times (1/13/09).
In descending order, rounded with explanations removed.

1. Fairfield Greenwich Group, $7.5 billion
2. Kingate Management, $3.5 billion
3. Tremont Group Holdings, $3.3 billion
4. Banco Santander, $3.1 billion
5. Bank Medici, $2.1 billion
6. Ascot Partners Jacob Ezra Merkin, $1.8 billion
7. Access International Advisors, $1.4 billion
8. Fortis Bank Netherlands, $1.4 billion
9. Union Bancaire Privee, $1.08 billion
10. HSBC Holdings, $1 billion
11. Picower Foundation, $958 million
12. Benbassat, $935 million
13. Nataxis, $614 million
14. Royal Bank of Scotland, $609 million
15. Carl Shapiro, $545 million
16. BNP Paribas, $478 million
17. BBVA, $404 million
18. Fix Asset Management, $400 million
19. Man Group, $360 million
20. Reichmuth Matterhorn fund, $330 million
21. Nomura Holdings, $302 million
22. Maxam Capital Management, $280 million
23. Pioneer Alternative Investments, $280 million
24. EIM Group, $230 million
25. M&B Capital Partners, $187.9 million
26. Carl & Ruth Shapiro Family Foundation, $145 million
27. Aozora Bank, $137 million
28. Credit Mutuel, $124 million
29. Dexia, $107 million
30. UniCredit, $102.5 million
31. Yeshiva University, $100 to $125 million
32. Hadassah Women's Zionist Organization of America, $90 million
33. Unione di Banche Italiane, $85 million
34. Korea Life Insurance, $50 million
35. Banque Bénédict Hentsch, $48 million
36. Great Eastern Holdings, $44 million
37. Fairfield Conn. pension fund, $42 million
38. Royal Bank of Canada, $40 million
39. Mortimer B. Zuckerman Charitable Remainder Trust, $30 million
40. Sumitomo Life Insurance, $22 million
41. Tufts University, $20 million
42. Madoff Family Foundation, $19 million
43. Jewish Community Foundation of Los Angeles, $18 million
44. Elie Wiesel Foundation for Humanity, $15.2 million
45. Alicia Koplowitz, $14 million
46. Groupama, $13.6 million
47. Société Générale, $13.8 million
48. Phoenix Holdings, $12.4 million
49. Massachusetts state pension fund, $12 million
50. Harel Insurance, $14.2 million
51. Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group, $11 million
52. Jewish Federation of Greater Washington, $10 million
53. Korea Teachers Pension, $9.1 million
54. KAS Bank, $9 million
55. Robert I. Lappin Charitable Foundation, $7 million
56. Technion-Israel Institute of Technology, $6.5 million
57. Jewish Federation of Greater Los Angeles, $6.4 million
58. Julian J. Levitt Foundation, $6 million
59. Ramaz School, $6 million
60. Maimonides School, $5 million
61. Neue Privat Bank, $5 million
62. North Shore-Long Island Jewish Health System, $5.7 million
63. CNP Assurances, $4.1 million
64. Congregation Kehilath Jeshurun, $3.5 million
65. Mirabaud, $3 million
66. New York Law School, $3 million
67. Gift of Life Bone Marrow Foundation, $1.8 million
68. Caisse des Dépôts et Consignations, $1.4 million
69. SAR Academy, $1.2 million
70. Clal Insurance, $778000
71. Mediobanca, $671000
72. Bramdean Alternatives, Unknown
73. Chais Family Foundation, Unknown
74. Charity of Leonard Litwin, Unknown
75. Edward Blumenfeld, Unknown
76. Henry Kaufman, Unknown
77. Jeffrey Katzenberg DreamWorks Animation SKG, Unknown
78. JEHT Foundation, Unknown
79. Norman Braman, Unknown
80. Notz Stucki, Unknown
81. Senator Frank R. Lautenberg’s charitable foundation, Unknown
82. Brokers at Newmark Knight Frank, Unknown
83. Stephen Siegel and CB Richard Ellis, Unknown
84. Sterling Equities, Unknown
85. The Horowitz Association, Unknown
86. Wunderkinder Foundation run by Steven Spielberg, Unknown

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