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|| New York Times reports: ADIA a casualty of Madoff

As further details in Madoff case emerges, more casualty names come to light. Among them, some Arab investors and Middle East sovereign wealth funds like Abu Dhabi Investment Authority as New York Times reports.

The full details from New York Times:

“The Fairfield Sentry fund was one of several so-called feeder funds that became portals through which money from wealthy foreign investors would could capitalize on Mr. Madoff’s investment prowess …

“In early 2005, the investment authority had invested approximately $400 million with Mr. Madoff, by way of the Fairfield Sentry Fund, according to a profile of the firm that it prepared for a prospective buyer in 2007. Fairfield Sentry had more than $7 billion invested with Mr. Madoff and was his largest investor; now, it says, it is his largest victim.

“The investment authority, in turn, was one of Fairfield Sentry’s largest investors. Even after the investment authority took two significant redemptions from the fund, in April 2005 and 2006, its stake the following year of $132 million made up 2 percent of the fund’s assets under management."

See full story on New York Times.



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