SEC charges Madoff’s accountant for falsifying records and books
The Securities and Exchange Commission has charged the longtime accountant for many of Bernard Madoff’s oldest and wealthiest clients for his role in the creation of false books and records used in the massive Ponzi scheme.
The SEC alleges that Paul Konigsberg’s assistance resulted in the formation of
inaccurate trade confirmations each month as well as the development of phony data
and records documenting the fabricated trades that were, in turn, falsely reflected in
the ledgers and related books and records at Bernard L. Madoff Investment Securities
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