It was a postcard-perfect January afternoon in Scottsdale, a winter's day more like a postcard-perfect spring afternoon. Some 60 Stanford Group Company "wealth managers" had flown to Arizona for the company's quarterly meeting—the kind most of these advisors might have skipped most other quarters. But not this one, not now, not "with the world in turmoil," says one of the... More >>>
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Above: Dallas attorney Larry Friedman represents some 150 investors whose assets were frozen after the SEC filed its complaint against Stanford, his bank and others. Below: Charles Hazlett, a top Miami investment broker with Stanford Group, aired his fears about the company as early as 2003.