Crossing the Line: Harold Katz Excerpt

Unlike many corporate fraudsters, Harold Katz was unwittingly corralled into committing crimes. He didn’t intend to mislead investors. But he complied when his boss asked him to create a spreadsheet showing investors a group of promissory notes had been paid, when in fact those notes had not been paid in full. Upon doing this, Harold found himself in the middle of one of the nation’s largest Ponzi schemes.