Allen Stanford Financial Scandal
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Court for the Northern District of Texas, Dallas Division that Stanford and his group had sold more than US$ 7.2 billion of self styled very high interest bearing 'Certificate of Deposits' (CDs) by touting that the bank was safe and strong. The bank had continuously earned double digit returns on its investment portfolio since 1992. However, experts raised questions on the functionality of the SEC which had had some suspicions about Stanford but did not take any serious action against him and his companies before the scam broke out in 2009.
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Financial Scam, Ponzi Scheme, Certificate of Deposits, Allen Stanford, Stanford Financial Group, Securities and Exchange Commission, Bernard Madoff, Stanford International Bank
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