Lifestyles of the Rich and Wanted

THE UNTOUCHABLES The hunt for financier Martin Frankel and at least $215 million from insurance firms he controlled led us to wonder what happened to the other moneymen on the lam. A roundup:

In 1997 investors lost billions when it was revealed that Bre-X Minerals engaged in the largest mining fraud in history. Bre-X vice chairman John Felderhof, who is charged with insider trading, lives beyond extradition, with his wife, in the Cayman Islands.

Christopher Skase is wanted in Australia, following the 1989 collapse of his highly leveraged firm, Qintex, under $1 billion in debts. He resides in a mansion in...

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