June 14, 2010
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A New York federal judge on Tuesday refused to allow the trustee for Fairfield Sentry Ltd., a Bernard L. Madoff feeder fund, to undo the sale of a $230 million claim in the Madoff liquidation, rejecting his appeal.
The foreign representative tasked with liquidating Bernard L. Madoff feeder fund Fairfield Sentry Ltd. launched three more clawback suits in New York bankruptcy court Wednesday, seeking to recover some $7 million from financial institutions like Barclays Private Bank and Trust Ltd.
The foreign representative liquidating Fairfield Sentry Ltd. and related Madoff feeder funds filed 45 adversary proceedings Monday in New York seeking to recover more than $300 million that was paid out to the funds' shareholders before the massive Ponzi scheme unfolded.
Bankrupt Madoff feeder fund Fairfield Sentry Ltd. wants $919.5 million in fees back from its investment manager Fairfield Greenwich Group, according to a Thursday filing in New York bankruptcy court.
Madoff feeder fund Fairfield Sentry Ltd. filed three suits in New York bankruptcy court on Thursday seeking to recoup more than $143.5 million in payments made to a Citigroup Inc. unit and others.
Trustees of bankrupt Fairfield Sentry Ltd., a feeder fund for imprisoned fraudster Bernard L. Madoff's Ponzi scheme, filed suit last week in New York in an effort to recover $35 million that a unit of Societe Generale SA redeemed before the scheme came to light.
Bankrupt Fairfield Sentry Ltd., once the largest feeder fund to Bernard L. Madoff's securities firm, launched five adversary suits Wednesday in New York seeking to recover more than $18 million in shareholder distributions related to Madoff's Ponzi scheme.
Bankrupt Fairfield Sentry Ltd. — once the largest feeder fund to Bernard Madoff's securities firm — filed suit Tuesday in New York against Lion Capital Management Ltd. to recover $50.5 million in distributions related to Madoff’s massive Ponzi scheme.
Bankrupt Fairfield Sentry Ltd. — once Bernard L. Madoff's largest feeder fund — filed suit Tuesday in New York against Royal Bank of Canada in an effort to recover roughly $11 million in distributions related to the massive Ponzi scheme.