Two large real estate companies under federal investigation for defrauding investors have declared bankruptcy, giving investors a larger say in how their money is recovered. The companies—Professional Financial Investors and Professional Investors Security Fund—were owned by the late Ken Casey, a Novato businessman who orchestrated a classic Ponzi scheme, according to lawyers handling the bankruptcy. The companies . . .

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