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Andrew Stuart Fastow (born December 22, 1961) is a convicted criminal and businessman who was the chief financial officer of Enron Corporation, an energy trading company based in Houston, Texas, until he was fired shortly before the company declared bankruptcy. Fastow was one of the key figures behind the complex web of off-balance-sheet special purpose entities (limited partnerships which Enron controlled) used to conceal Enron's massive losses in their quarterly balance sheets. By unlawfully maintaining personal stakes in these ostensibly independent ghost-entities, he was able to defraud Enron out of tens of millions of dollars. The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission subsequently opened an investigation into his and the company's conduct in 2001. Fastow served a six-year prison sen

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  • Andrew Fastow (né le 22 décembre 1961) a été le directeur financier de la société Enron.
  • Andrew Stuart Fastow (* 22. Dezember 1961 in Washington, D.C., USA) war von 1998 bis 2001 Chief Financial Officer (CFO) des Energiekonzerns Enron. 2006 wurde er im Zuge des „Enron-Skandals“ wegen Betrugs zu sechs Jahren Gefängnis verurteilt.
  • Andrew Stuart Fastow (nascido em 22 de dezembro de 1961) foi chefe do departamento financeiro da empresa norte-americana Enron até ter sua conduta investigada no ano de 2001. Fastow foi uma das figuras-chave por trás do complexo esquema de fraude corporativa que levou a empresa à falência. Atualmente, Fastow cumpre uma pena de seis anos de prisão por seu envolvimento no esquema.
  • Andrew Stuart Fastow (born December 22, 1961) is a convicted criminal and businessman who was the chief financial officer of Enron Corporation, an energy trading company based in Houston, Texas, until he was fired shortly before the company declared bankruptcy. Fastow was one of the key figures behind the complex web of off-balance-sheet special purpose entities (limited partnerships which Enron controlled) used to conceal Enron's massive losses in their quarterly balance sheets. By unlawfully maintaining personal stakes in these ostensibly independent ghost-entities, he was able to defraud Enron out of tens of millions of dollars. The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission subsequently opened an investigation into his and the company's conduct in 2001. Fastow served a six-year prison sen
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