Potential losses in the Madoff fraud case

A list of major investors who have funds tied up in Wall Street money manager Bernard Madoff's investment pool includes major banks, charities, the rich and the famous. Here are some of the people and institutions who say they were caught up in the alleged $50 billion fraud scheme, including the amount of exposure for each investor. Fairfield Greenwich Group - $7,500,000,000 Grupo Santander SA - $3,200,000,000 HSBC Holdings PLC - $1,000,000,000 Natixis - $617,000,000 Royal Bank of Scotland Group PLC - $612,000,000 BNP Paribas - $480,000,000 BBVA - $452,000,000 Man Group PLC - $360,000,000 Reichmuth & Co - $332,000,000 Nomura Holdings - $304,000,000 Unicredit - $103,000,000 Union Bancaire Privee - "hundreds of millions of dollars" Benedict Hentsch & Cie SA - $48,300,000 Fairfield Town Employees Board and Police and Fire Board (Fairfield, Connecticut) - $41,900,000 Mortimer B. Zuckerman Charitable Remainder Trust - $30,000,000 The Phoenix Holdings - $15,000,000 Harel Insurance Investments & Financial Services - $14,300,000 Societe Generale below - $13,700,000 Credit Agricole below - $13,700,000 Robert I. Lappin Charitable Foundation - $8,000,000 Nordea - $6,600,000 Neue Privat Bank - $5,250,000 Sen. Frank Lautenberg family charitable foundation - amount unknown Wunderkinder Foundation (Steven Spielberg charity) -amount unknown Former Philadelphia Eagles owner Norman Braman - amount unknown New York Mets owner Fred Wilpon - amount unknown J. Ezra Merkin, chairman of GMAC Financial Services - amount unknown