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MADOFF/EUROPE
RTR22M5H
December 15, 2008
A plaque with the former sign of French BNP Paribas bank is seen on the facade of the headquarters in...
Paris, France
A plaque with the former sign of French BNP Paribas bank is seen on the facade of the headquarters in...
A plaque with the former sign of French BNP Paribas bank is seen on the facade of the headquarters in central Paris December 15, 2008. Three European banks on Sunday announced a total of about $3.8 billion in exposure to an investment fund run by Bernard Madoff, the U.S. investor accused of running a $50 billion "Ponzi" scheme. The largest banks of both Spain and France, Santander and BNP Paribas and Swiss private bank Reichmuth & Co became the latest parties to detail possible losses over investments made with Madoff, who was arrested in New York on Thursday in the alleged fraud. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE)
MADOFF/EUROPE
RTR22M5D
December 15, 2008
The logo of French BNP Paribas bank is seen behind a Paris Metro sign in central Paris December 15, 2008....
Paris, France
The logo of French BNP Paribas bank is seen behind a Paris Metro sign in central Paris
The logo of French BNP Paribas bank is seen behind a Paris Metro sign in central Paris December 15, 2008. Three European banks on Sunday announced a total of about $3.8 billion in exposure to an investment fund run by Bernard Madoff, the U.S. investor accused of running a $50 billion "Ponzi" scheme. The largest banks of both Spain and France, Santander and BNP Paribas and Swiss private bank Reichmuth & Co became the latest parties to detail possible losses over investments made with Madoff, who was arrested in New York on Thursday in the alleged fraud. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE)
MADOFF/EUROPE
RTR22M5C
December 15, 2008
The logo of French BNP Paribas bank is seen in central Paris December 15, 2008. Three European banks...
Paris, France
The logo of French BNP Paribas bank is seen in central Paris
The logo of French BNP Paribas bank is seen in central Paris December 15, 2008. Three European banks on Sunday announced a total of about $3.8 billion in exposure to an investment fund run by Bernard Madoff, the U.S. investor accused of running a $50 billion "Ponzi" scheme. The largest banks of both Spain and France, Santander and BNP Paribas and Swiss private bank Reichmuth & Co became the latest parties to detail possible losses over investments made with Madoff, who was arrested in New York on Thursday in the alleged fraud. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE)
MADOFF/EUROPE
RTR22M5B
December 15, 2008
The logo of French BNP Paribas bank is seen in central Paris December 15, 2008. Three European banks...
Paris, France
The logo of French BNP Paribas bank is seen in central Paris
The logo of French BNP Paribas bank is seen in central Paris December 15, 2008. Three European banks on Sunday announced a total of about $3.8 billion in exposure to an investment fund run by Bernard Madoff, the U.S. investor accused of running a $50 billion "Ponzi" scheme. The largest banks of both Spain and France, Santander and BNP Paribas and Swiss private bank Reichmuth & Co became the latest parties to detail possible losses over investments made with Madoff, who was arrested in New York on Thursday in the alleged fraud. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE)
MADOFF/EUROPE
RTR22M5A
December 15, 2008
The logo of French BNP Paribas bank is seen in central Paris December 15, 2008. Three European banks...
Paris, France
The logo of French BNP Paribas bank is seen in central Paris
The logo of French BNP Paribas bank is seen in central Paris December 15, 2008. Three European banks on Sunday announced a total of about $3.8 billion in exposure to an investment fund run by Bernard Madoff, the U.S. investor accused of running a $50 billion "Ponzi" scheme. The largest banks of both Spain and France, Santander and BNP Paribas and Swiss private bank Reichmuth & Co became the latest parties to detail possible losses over investments made with Madoff, who was arrested in New York on Thursday in the alleged fraud. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE)
MADOFF/EUROPE
RTR22M59
December 15, 2008
The entrance of a French BNP Paribas bank branch is seen in central Paris December 15, 2008. Three European...
Paris, France
The entrance of a French BNP Paribas bank branch is seen in central Paris
The entrance of a French BNP Paribas bank branch is seen in central Paris December 15, 2008. Three European banks on Sunday announced a total of about $3.8 billion in exposure to an investment fund run by Bernard Madoff, the U.S. investor accused of running a $50 billion "Ponzi" scheme. The largest banks of both Spain and France, Santander and BNP Paribas and Swiss private bank Reichmuth & Co became the latest parties to detail possible losses over investments made with Madoff, who was arrested in New York on Thursday in the alleged fraud. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE)
MADOFF/EUROPE
RTR22M58
December 15, 2008
A man walks past a French BNP Paribas bank branch in central Paris December 15, 2008. Three European...
Paris, France
A man walks past a French BNP Paribas bank branch in central Paris
A man walks past a French BNP Paribas bank branch in central Paris December 15, 2008. Three European banks on Sunday announced a total of about $3.8 billion in exposure to an investment fund run by Bernard Madoff, the U.S. investor accused of running a $50 billion "Ponzi" scheme. The largest banks of both Spain and France, Santander and BNP Paribas and Swiss private bank Reichmuth & Co became the latest parties to detail possible losses over investments made with Madoff, who was arrested in New York on Thursday in the alleged fraud. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE)
MADOFF/EUROPE
RTR22M56
December 15, 2008
The entrance of a French BNP Paribas bank branch is seen in central Paris December 15, 2008. Three European...
Paris, France
The entrance of a French BNP Paribas bank branch is seen in central Paris
The entrance of a French BNP Paribas bank branch is seen in central Paris December 15, 2008. Three European banks on Sunday announced a total of about $3.8 billion in exposure to an investment fund run by Bernard Madoff, the U.S. investor accused of running a $50 billion "Ponzi" scheme. The largest banks of both Spain and France, Santander and BNP Paribas and Swiss private bank Reichmuth & Co became the latest parties to detail possible losses over investments made with Madoff, who was arrested in New York on Thursday in the alleged fraud. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE)
MADOFF/EUROPE
RTR22M48
December 15, 2008
A man runs past a Santander bank branch in central Madrid December 15, 2008. Three European banks on...
Madrid, Spain
A man runs past a Santander bank branch in central Madrid
A man runs past a Santander bank branch in central Madrid December 15, 2008. Three European banks on Sunday announced a total of about $3.8 billion in exposure to an investment fund run by Bernard Madoff, the U.S. investor accused of running a $50 billion "Ponzi" scheme. The largest banks of both Spain and France, Santander and BNP Paribas and Swiss private bank Reichmuth & Co became the latest parties to detail possible losses over investments made with Madoff, who was arrested in New York on Thursday in the alleged fraud. REUTERS/Andrea Comas (SPAIN)
MADOFF/EUROPE
RTR22M47
December 15, 2008
A man walks past a Santander bank branch in central Madrid December 15, 2008. Three European banks on...
Madrid, Spain
A man walks past a Santander bank branch in central Madrid
A man walks past a Santander bank branch in central Madrid December 15, 2008. Three European banks on Sunday announced a total of about $3.8 billion in exposure to an investment fund run by Bernard Madoff, the U.S. investor accused of running a $50 billion "Ponzi" scheme. The largest banks of both Spain and France, Santander and BNP Paribas and Swiss private bank Reichmuth & Co became the latest parties to detail possible losses over investments made with Madoff, who was arrested in New York on Thursday in the alleged fraud. REUTERS/Andrea Comas (SPAIN)
MADOFF/EUROPE
RTR22M2H
December 15, 2008
A man lies on a bench in front of a Santander bank branch in central Madrid December 15, 2008. Three...
Madrid, Spain
A man lies on a bench in front of a Santander bank branch in central Madrid
A man lies on a bench in front of a Santander bank branch in central Madrid December 15, 2008. Three European banks on Sunday announced a total of about $3.8 billion in exposure to an investment fund run by Bernard Madoff, the U.S. investor accused of running a $50 billion "Ponzi" scheme. The largest banks of both Spain and France, Santander and BNP Paribas and Swiss private bank Reichmuth & Co became the latest parties to detail possible losses over investments made with Madoff, who was arrested in New York on Thursday in the alleged fraud. REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN)
MADOFF/EUROPE
RTR22M2B
December 15, 2008
A man walks past a Santander bank branch in central Madrid December 15, 2008. Three European banks on...
Madrid, Spain
A man walks past a Santander bank branch in central Madrid
A man walks past a Santander bank branch in central Madrid December 15, 2008. Three European banks on Sunday announced a total of about $3.8 billion in exposure to an investment fund run by Bernard Madoff, the U.S. investor accused of running a $50 billion "Ponzi" scheme. The largest banks of both Spain and France, Santander and BNP Paribas and Swiss private bank Reichmuth & Co became the latest parties to detail possible losses over investments made with Madoff, who was arrested in New York on Thursday in the alleged fraud. REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN)
SWITZERLAND/
RTR22LUP
December 15, 2008
A woman walks past logos of the Swiss bank Reichmuth & Co at the entrance of its Lucerne office December...
Lucerne, Switzerland
A woman walks past logos of the Swiss bank Reichmuth & Co at the entrance of its Lucerne office
A woman walks past logos of the Swiss bank Reichmuth & Co at the entrance of its Lucerne office December 15, 2008. Santander and BNP Paribas, the largest banks of Spain and France respectively, and Swiss private bank Reichmuth & Co joined a growing list of financial groups acknowledging exposure to the alleged $50 billion fraud surrounding Wall Street trader Bernard Madoff. REUTERS/Michael Buholzer (SWITZERLAND)
SWITZERLAND/
RTR22LUN
December 15, 2008
The name of Swiss bank Reichmuth & Co is seen on a plate at the entrance of its Lucerne office December...
Lucerne, Switzerland
The name of Swiss bank Reichmuth & Co is seen on a plate at the entrance of its Lucerne office
The name of Swiss bank Reichmuth & Co is seen on a plate at the entrance of its Lucerne office December 15, 2008. Santander and BNP Paribas, the largest banks of Spain and France respectively, and Swiss private bank Reichmuth & Co joined a growing list of financial groups acknowledging exposure to the alleged $50 billion fraud surrounding Wall Street trader Bernard Madoff. REUTERS/Michael Buholzer (SWITZERLAND)
SWITZERLAND/
RTR22LUM
December 15, 2008
The name of Swiss bank Reichmuth & Co is seen on a plate at the entrance of its Lucerne office December...
Lucerne, Switzerland
The name of Swiss bank Reichmuth & Co is seen on a plate at the entrance of its Lucerne office
The name of Swiss bank Reichmuth & Co is seen on a plate at the entrance of its Lucerne office December 15, 2008. Santander and BNP Paribas, the largest banks of Spain and France respectively, and Swiss private bank Reichmuth & Co joined a growing list of financial groups acknowledging exposure to the alleged $50 billion fraud surrounding Wall Street trader Bernard Madoff. REUTERS/Michael Buholzer (SWITZERLAND)
MADOFF/
RTR22LSM
December 15, 2008
The name of Swiss bank Reichmuth & Co is seen on a plate beside the entrance of its Zurich office December...
Zurich, Switzerland
The name of Swiss bank Reichmuth & Co is seen on a plate beside the entrance of its Zurich office
The name of Swiss bank Reichmuth & Co is seen on a plate beside the entrance of its Zurich office December 15, 2008. Santander and BNP Paribas, the largest banks of Spain and France respectively, and Swiss private bank Reichmuth & Co joined a growing list of financial groups acknowledging exposure to the alleged $50 billion fraud surrounding Wall Street trader Bernard Madoff. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann (SWITZERLAND)
MADOFF/
RTR22LSL
December 15, 2008
The name of Swiss bank Reichmuth & Co is seen on a plate beside the entrance of its Zurich office December...
Zurich, Switzerland
The name of Swiss bank Reichmuth & Co is seen on a plate beside the entrance of its Zurich office
The name of Swiss bank Reichmuth & Co is seen on a plate beside the entrance of its Zurich office December 15, 2008. Santander and BNP Paribas, the largest banks of Spain and France respectively, and Swiss private bank Reichmuth & Co joined a growing list of financial groups acknowledging exposure to the alleged $50 billion fraud surrounding Wall Street trader Bernard Madoff. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann (SWITZERLAND)
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