Madoff fund manager found dead at his Madison Avenue office in New York

Madoff fund investor was found dead in his New York City financial office. CEO of Access International Advisors invested $1.4 billion with Madoff.

December 23 2008, West Palm Beach, FL (JusticeNewsFlash.com)–Justice securities fraud news reporters and Palm Beach County securities fraud lawyers have just learned Thierry Magon de La Villehuchet, 65, was found dead. According to marketing documents, De la Villehuchet was a co-founder and chief executive officer of Access International Advisors. The CEO ran a fund which invested with Bernard Madoff. Access, located on Madison Avenue in New York, invested $1.4 billion with Madoff. Bernard Madoff was arrested on December 11, 2008, for allegedly running a $50 billion Ponzi scheme.

According to New York Police Department insiders, police were called to the Madison Avenue office at about 7:30 a.m this morning. Authorities are declining to provide a cause of death but there are whispers of suicide. The following is the financial background of De la Villehuchet before Access was founded in 1994:

-Credit Lyonnais Securities USA, chairman and CEO (joined in 1987), the U.S. Investment banking arm of the French bank
-Interfinance (founded in 1983) specializing in French, Belgian and Italian stock markets
-Access’s LUXALPHA SICAV-American Selection (invested solely with Madoff)

West Palm Beach securities fraud attorneys who also specailze in thrid party litigation are saying the unknown impact of the Madoff Ponzi scheme remains to be a mystery to date. With the potential billions of national and international dollars at stake the potential for suicide, murder and physical injury is alarming. If you or anyone you know may have been subject to the Madoff Ponzi scheme you may have a claim. Contacting a West Palm Beach securities fraud lawyer who also specializes in third party financial fraud litigation may help.

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