List of Investors Hit by Madoff Meltdown

The following is a Wall Street Journal list of investors, funds, charities and banks that have been hit by the $50 billion scheme allegedly hatched by Bernard Madoff, who is accused of running a giant Ponzi scheme that defrauded investors the world over.

The damages are immense, wiping out pensions for entire towns, shuttering philanthropic organizations and burning through billions in longstanding investments.

Click here to see the Wall Street Journal's list.

Fairfield Greenwich Advisors
Investment management firm

Tremont Capital Management
The fund-of-funds business run by Tremont Group Holdings

Banco Santander
Spanish bank

Bank Medici
Austrian bank

Ascot Partners
Hedge fund

Access International Advisors
A New York-based investment firm

Dutch bank

Union Bancaire Privee
Swiss bank

British bank

Natixis SA
French investment bank

Carl Shapiro
Founder of apparel company Kay Windsor Inc.

Royal Bank of Scotland Group PLC
British bank

BNP Paribas
French bank

Spanish bank

Man Group PLC
U.K. hedge fund

Reichmuth & Co.
Swiss private bank

Nomura Holdings
Japanese brokerage firm

Maxam Capital Management
A fund of funds based in Darien, Connecticut

European investment manager with about $11 billion in assets

French insurance giant

UniCredit SpA
Italian bank

Nordea Bank AB
Swedish bank

Swiss private bank

Banque Benedict Hentsch & Cie. SA
A Swiss-based private bank

Fairfield, Conn.
Town pension fund

Bramdean Alternatives
An asset manager

Jewish Community Foundation of Los Angeles
The largest manager of charitable gift assets for Los Angeles Jewish philanthropists

Harel Insurance Investments & Financial Services Ltd.
Israel-based insurance firm

Baloise Holding AG
Swiss insurer

Societe Generale
French bank

Groupama SA
French insurer

Credit Agricole SA
French bank

Richard Spring
Individual investor

RAB Capital
Hedge fund

Banco Popolare
Italian bank

Korea Teachers Pension
A 10 trillion won Korean pension fund

Swiss Life Holding
Swiss insurer

Mortimer B. Zuckerman Charitable Remainder Trust
Charitable trust of real-estate magnate who owns New York Daily News

North Shore-Long Island Jewish Health System
Health system

Neue Privat Bank
Swiss bank

Clal Insurance Enterprise Holdings
An Israel-based financial services company

Ira Roth
Individual investor

Mediobanca SpA
Via its subsidiary Compagnie Monegasque de Banque

Fred Wilpon
Owner of New York Mets

Steven Spielberg
Through his charity, the Wunderkinder Foundation

JEHT Foundation
A New York foundation focused on electoral and criminal justice reform

Robert I. Lappin Charitable Foundation
Massachusetts-based Jewish charity closed by complete losses

Chais Family Foundation
Jewish charity closed by complete losses

KBC Group NV
Belgian banking and insurance group

Credit Suisse
Swiss bank
No material direct exposure but it is reviewing if any client funds were affected

Barclays PLC
British bank
The bank says it has "minimal" exposure" and is "fully collateralized"

French bank
Private clients have exposure of €78 million. Dexia has €164 million of indirect exposure

Allianz Global Investors
The asset management unit of German insurer Allianz SE

Banco Espanol de Credito SA (Banesto)
Spanish bank contolled by Banco Santander
Clients have €2 million euros of exposure

CNP Assurances
French insurer
No direct exposure. Indirect exposure of €3 million via a fund of funds

Swiss bank

Yeshiva University
A New York-based private university

The Elie Wiesel Foundation for Humanity
The charitable foundation of Nobel laureate

Leonard Feinstein
The co-founder of retailer Bed Bath & Beyond

Sen. Frank Lautenberg
The charitable foundation of the New Jersey senator's family

Norman Braman
Former owner of Philadelphia Eagles

Jeffrey Katzenberg
The chief executive of DreamWorks Animation SKG Inc.
Mr. Katzenberg has suffered millions in Madoff-connected losses, say people familiar with the matter.

Gerald Breslauer
Financial advisor to Steven Spielberg and Jeffrey Katzenberg

Kingate Management
Hedge fund
$2.8 billion Kingate Global Fund reportedly invested heavily with Madoff

Julian J. Levitt Foundation
Texas-based charity

Loeb family

Lawrence Velvel
Individual investor, dean of the Massachusetts School of Law

Fix Asset Management
Hedge fund

Genevalor, Benbassat & Cie.
Money manager in Geneva