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Administrations freed from pension liability chains

Pension liabilities have been downgraded to unsecured creditor status which has freed the funds to allow a bigger payout to the many in administrations explains Neil Smyth

05 Aug 2013

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Lehman Bros Europe creditors to receive second dividend

Unsecured creditors of Lehman Brothers International (Europe) are to receive a second dividend, amounting to around £3.5bn

24 Jun 2013

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Lehman administrators in Supreme Court over pension payments

PwC administrators are in Court to decide on the future of how pension liabilities should be paid in an administration

14 May 2013

Lehman administrators could make 100% return to creditors

Following settlements with various Lehman subsidiaries, administrators could make better than expected returns to creditors

15 Apr 2013

Court of Appeal to scrutinise Lehman FSD

Lehman Brothers companies fighting to be excluded from Pension Regulator’s financial support direction

03 Dec 2012

November date for first payout to Lehmans creditors

PwC administrators set to make first payout to unsecured creditors of Lehman Brothers

12 Oct 2012

Lehman administrators settle on $12.6bn claim from US arm

UK administrators agree $12.6bn(£7.8bn) settlement of $24bn claim against the US arm of Lehmans, in return for the US arm dropping its own $13.8bn claim

08 Oct 2012

E&Y cleared in Lehman Brothers investigation

Financial Reporting Council announces no action taken against Ernst & Young as auditors of Lehman Brothers International Europe

22 Jun 2012

Lehman administrators bring payment to creditors forward

PwC administrators receive High Court backing to bring forward the date at which unsecured creditor claims must be submitted

08 May 2012

Lehman Brothers’ administrators to make dividend payment this year

Administrators hope to make a dividend payment to unsecured creditors including the taxman before the year is out

12 Apr 2012

No such thing as a simple administration

Shane Gleghorn explains why a recent Supreme Court Lehman Brothers judgment could mean for administrators appointed to a financial instituion

16 Mar 2012

Accountancy Age's 2011 Review: In Cartoons...

Accountancy Age takes a misty-eyed look back through our 2011 cartoon archives, to remind you of the big issues of the past year

06 Jan 2012

Does Lehmans loss denote disaster for HMRC?

Has defeat for Lehman Brothers's administrators meant HMRC will lose its war against the football creditor rule, asks Rachael Singh

03 Aug 2011

Lehman Brothers' administrators settle with Citigroup on $2.5bn

PwC administrators recover more than £30bn for creditors following latest deal

30 Jun 2011

Lehman creditors could be forced to reveal their debts

Legal claim filed by hedge and pension funds requesting Lehman creditors reveal owings

25 May 2011

PwC administrators rack-up £322m fees on Lehmans

Administrators from PwC have accrued more than £322m in fees, the latest creditor report shows

15 Apr 2011

Lehman Brothers' administrators return further £2.1bn

Six month update on collapse of Lehman Brothers International Europe, shows administrators obtain further £2.1bn for creditors.

14 Apr 2011

Challenge and change

2011 promises to be full of challenges for the profession

17 Jan 2011

Schneiderman, Schneiderman...

New York’s attorney general will be playing the superhero as he untangles a web of Lehmans’ repo 105 transactions

13 Jan 2011

E&Y investigated over Lehman Brothers

The AADB investigates Ernst & Young's role in reporting Lehman Brothers' compliance with the FSA client asset rules.

04 Oct 2010

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