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Broker aided Madoff, US says

Jaffe's profits called fraudulent; SEC seeks return of investor money

Robert Jaffe worked at Cohmad. Robert Jaffe worked at Cohmad.
By Beth Healy
Globe Staff / June 23, 2009

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Boston broker Robert M. Jaffe was a key source of fresh investor cash for Bernard L. Madoff, federal regulators alleged yesterday, steering $1 billion in client funds to the man who was conducting the biggest fraud in Wall Street history, and earning $150 million for himself in return. (Full article: 1229 words)

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