FGG

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FGGFlagstaff (Amtrak station code bus stop; Flagstaff, AZ)
FGGFairfield Greenwich Group (alternative asset investment specialist)
FGGFederation of Gay Games
FGGFoundation for God's Glory (New York)
FGGFluor Government Group (Richland, Washington)
FGGFriendly Green Giant
FGGFibrinogen, G Gamma Polypeptide
FGGFinancial Gifts Galore
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Ezra Merkin, the Fairfield Greenwich Group, and Sonja Kohn; accounts of former employees Enrica Cotellessa-Pitz, David L.
Ludwig was previously senior vice president and director of communications for Fairfield Greenwich Group, an alternative asset management Firm, and VP, editor-in-chief in the Marketing and Product Development departments of DLJdirect, the online brokerage service of Donaldson, Lufkin & Jenrette, later acquired by Credit Suisse First Boston.
A federal judge said late last week that he will approve an $80.25 million class action settlement that will benefit those that invested in Fairfield Greenwich Group funds.
In fact, a client of Madoff's biggest investor, the Fairfield Greenwich Group, did ask about Friehling & Horowitz, and its controller did enough checking to determine that Madoff's accounting firm appeared to be a one-man show.
The trustee liquidating Bernard Madoff's business told a judge he is in settlement talks with three Fairfield Greenwich Group hedge funds accused of taking US$3.54 billion in fake profit from the conman's fraud, reports Bloomberg (July 22, 2009).
Brian McNiff, a spokesman for Massachusetts Secretary of State William Galvin, said his agency was not accepting New York-based Fairfield Greenwich Group's offer to fully refund nearly a dozen investors because officials were trying to identify all affected investors.
NEW YORK: Hedge funds run by Fairfield Greenwich Group and Kingate Management, which fed an estimated $3.8 billion combined into Bernard Madoff s epic swindle, are in settlement talks with the trustee winding down his former firm, court documents said on Wednesday.
Fairfield Greenwich Group, has been sued by the trustee for Bernardo Madoff's now inactive money management firm, seeking $3.54 billion.
The news comes as the authorities in the US state of Massachusetts filed civil fraud charges against a "feeder fund" known as Fairfield Greenwich Group which was linked to Madoff.
Spain's anticorruption prosecutor would examine the relationship between Santander, Fairfield Greenwich Group, and the Madoff funds.
The ROI: The Fairfield Greenwich Group invested, and lost, US$7.S billion in Madoff's fund.
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