Bernard Madoff’s former accountant, Paul Konigsberg, pleaded guilty aiding the biggest Ponzi scheme in U.S. history, a $17.5 billion fraud exposed by the 2008 financial crisis.
British Columbia is selling hospital bonds by touting the projects’ environmental credentials in the first test of the green-bond label’s usefulness in winning financing for provincial infrastructure projects.
Acadian Asset Management LLC, the $70 billion money manager that employs computer-driven models to pick investments, is loading up on Russian stocks.
Indonesia’s Bakrie family is seeking to avoid a third default on its companies’ debt in 16 months as the nation accounts for 74 percent of dollar bond delinquencies in Southeast Asia since 2008.
Jeff Peskind Discusses Corporate Bonds