KPMG, the Provisional Liquidators of eight Lehman Brothers Hong Kong incorporated entities which were put into liquidation late last year today announced the dates of the first creditors' meetings. The companies involved and the respective dates of the meetings are:
Further information regarding the above meetings can be obtained via the following:
Edward Middleton, Head of Restructuring at KPMG and one of the Provisional Liquidators, commented: "These meetings are convened in accordance with the Companies Ordinance and will provide an opportunity for creditors to hear about the events leading up to the collapse, and to obtain information from the Provisional Liquidators on what has been achieved to date, and the size and complexity of the task at hand."
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