The Securities Investor Protection Corp. will advance more than $500 million to victims of Bernard Madoff’s massive Ponzi scheme, the trustee charged with liquidating Madoff’s investment firm, said Wednesday in a conference call.

The amount is a fraction of the $4.43 billion in claims approved since Madoff’s arrest in December, the trustee, Irving H. Picard of Baker Hostetler, said.

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