Largest Corporate Fraud Cases in History

Largest Corporate Fraud Cases in History by Shareholder or Company Losses
Rank Company Year Shareholder / Company Losses
1 Enron 2001 $74,000,000,000
2 WorldCom 2002 $69,000,000,000
3 Bernard Madoff 2008 $65,000,000,000
4 Lehman Brothers 2008 $48,000,000,000
5 MF Global 2011 $41,000,000,000
6 Parmalat 2003 $24,000,000,000
7 Cendant 1997 $19,000,000,000
8 Societe Generale Bank 2008 $9,400,000,000
9 Stanford Financial 2006 $7,200,000,000
10 HIH Insurance 2001 $5,300,000,000
11 Tyco International 2003 $3,200,000,000
12 Adelphia Communications Corp 2002 $2,300,000,000
13 BANINTER 2003 $2,200,000,000
14 AIG 2005 $1,640,000,000
15 Barings Bank 1995 $1,300,000,000
16 Qwest Communications 2000 $980,000,000
17 Houston Waste Management 1998 $657,000,000
18 FannieMae 2006 $450,000,000
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Statistic Sources & References
Sources: Securities and Exchange Commision, Forbes, CNN
Content Author: Statistic Brain

Date research was conducted: April 8, 2015

Largest Corporate Fraud Cases in History

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