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Lehmans creditors' meeting set for 14 November

Creditors meeting could see 2,350 people in attendance as the administrators set out their stall

Administrators from PricewaterhouseCoopers are gearing up to face the
creditors of the collapsed investment banking giant Lehman Bros.

At what is sure to be a highly-charged meeting Tony Lomas, Steven Pearson,
Dan Schwarzmann and Mike Jervis will present a copy of their statement of
proposals to the audience on 14 November at the Indig02 venue, which can hold up
to 2,350 people.

A PwC spokeswoman confirmed that the meeting was to be held at the venue,
which is next door to the 02 Arena in Greenwich .

The four were officially appointed as joint administrators on 15 September at
07.56am. Under the administration rules, the quartet then had a maximum of ten
weeks to hold a creditors’ meeting.

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