Creditors

Some articles on creditors, creditor:

Sovereign Default - Consequences - Consequences For Creditors
... While it is commonly thought sovereign defaults have large costs for the creditor countries, evidence of these costs is hard to find ... repayment when a renunciation / surrender of a big part of the debt is accepted by the creditor ... of the Argentine economic crisis (1999–2002) the creditors had to accept the renunciation (loss) of up to 75% of the outstanding debts ...
Stanford International Bank - Receivership and Liquidation - Online Creditors’ Meeting
... On 11 October 2011, the liquidators convened an online creditors’ meeting ... USA is also contemplating a tax lien against the assets that could deprive the creditors of a sizable sum ... The liquidators established a mulitnational creditors committee composed of six larger individual large claimants and one attorney representing a number of ...
Captain John's Harbour Boat Restaurant - Bankruptcy, Closure and Sale Attempts
... In 2002 Captain John's filed for bankruptcy, owing over $5 million to various creditors including $3 million to unsecured creditors ... bankruptcy proposal involved the repayment of all unsecured creditors owed $5000 or less and a repayment of no more than $30000 to all other unsecured creditors ...
Send The Light - Liquidation
... On 1 December 2010, the company was moved from administration and into creditors' voluntary liquidation ... The final progress report from the Administrators showed that the largest of the Secured Creditors, Royal Bank of Scotland, had been repaid £3.278m from the realisation of their legal ... Unsecured Creditor claims aggregating to over £9.5m had not been paid at all at the end of the administration and would be addressed during liquidation ...
Composition With Creditors
... A Composition with Creditors is an agreement among several creditors of a debtor, usually a business ...

Famous quotes containing the word creditors:

    The aim of New Deals is to exterminate the class of creditors and thrust all men into that of debtors. It is like trying to breed cattle with all cows and no bulls.
    —H.L. (Henry Lewis)