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  • pabloescobarsoap pabloescobarsoap Oct 14, 2013 1:19 PM Flag

    You damn Americans!

    My family wanted to take some of this year's soap profits and buy some shares, yet you thieving Americans have raised the price on us. Why have you raised the price of the shares? We be bidding, and now other bidders and no Americans willing to sell us shares under 60 cents. Dirty pigs!

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    • hey soap guy,

      was that you scooping up shares on the bid today?


    • What percents claims are coming here! If Euro dirtbags get 100 percent what percent Licensing 4 get!?? Will Licensing get high percents!!?? My family wants more shares.

      PwC to pay Lehman creditors 100%
      17 September 2013 Comments (0)

      Administrators PwC have said all Lehman Brothers creditors are a step closer to recovering 100% of their claims

      PwC has already paid 68.5p in the pound to Lehman Brothers International Europe (LBIE)’s unsecured creditors and predicts the eventual return will be 100p, plus the possibility of some interest.

      In a statement, partner and lead administrator Tony Lomas said, “The exact amount of interest payable will depend on the outcome of an autumn UK High Court case which will decide whether unsecured creditors' rights to interest come before a £1.3bn debt claim filed by one of LBIE's shareholders, LBHI2.

      “We are some way from finishing the task but we have made a great deal of progress and have a clearer view of the future than ever before.”

      PwC is also planning the return of another £6bn of trust assets to clients later this month, bringing the total to £21bn since the start of the administration.

      Each of these outstanding claims is complex, many are disputed and some are likely to become the subject of litigation, PwC says.

      The total eventually likely to be returned to creditors is expected to reach £40bn.

      PwC said LBIE was the largest and most complex company in the group, which collapsed with debts of more than £391bn in 2008, sparking worldwide financial panic.

      In November 2012, a first interim dividend of £7bn was paid to 1,582 unsecured creditors.

      A progress report published last April showed PwC earned £322m in fees from the wind-down process at that stage, thought to be the largest ever earned from any single UK corporate failure.

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