Resultas patético con tus comentarios para inhibirte de las responsabilidades de tus actos. Deja de desviar la atencion y vete pensando en dar una solucion inmediata a las pérdidas de Ten, originadas por los posts de engaño y manipulacion que has comandado en el hilo desde el comienzo. La unica diferencia entre la estafa de Bankia y la tuya es la magnitud de la misma, por lo demás eres tan ESTAFADOR como los que se lucraron de pequeños ahorradores. Espero que Ten Shin y otros afectados te aprieten las tuercas para que les compenses por sus pérdidas.
Este es el resumen de Distribución para el WMI Liquidation Trust. Demuestra que los creditors han preferido recibir 10 Millones de acciones de WMIH en vez de $10 Millones en efectivo.
Si WMIH no vale más de $1 por acción ¿porqué han tomado esa decisión? ¿Quedarse con acciones de un valor que no vale nada? (modo ironico ON)
Más tarde o más temprano esto se va a animar y las recompensas van a llegar.
King, IMHO you are EXACTLY spot on. As they say "follow the money" for the pot of gold and there is absolutely no doubt in my mind that these kind of 'money' people will monetize this company to the fullest extent possible.
Again, I will repeat we more than likely will not see the most important ingredients to the upcoming plan for WMIH until we are post six months plus from the "effective date" of March 19th 2012. I believe we will see something large between 9/15/2012 and 10/31/2012 and most certainly by the end of 2012.
It's more of a cause-and-effect issue. If you don't file, you will end up on the pinks. If you want to get off the pinks, you file. After a pink sheet company has been regularly and timely submitting all required SEC filings for some period of time (6 months? I can't remember), the company's BOD can apply to have the stock moved onto the OTCBB. And - if the company's pps stays above an exchange's pps threshhold (I think for NASDAQ it is $4) for a certain period of time, the company can apply to be "listed" on that exchange.
So if you are on the pinks, and you want your company's securities to end up on a respectable exchange, the easiest first step (if you are willing and able to pay the legal and auditing compliance costs; professional preparation of a 10-Q can easily cost $50K-$100K) is to keep your SEC filings current.
Please note that "listed" is a legal term of art that applies to recognized "exchanges". OTCBB is not an exchange. The pinks are not an exchange. So WMIH may be trading on a quotation service, but it is not "listed" and it is not on an "exchange". To get onto a true exchange the company has to submit a "listing application" to that exchange demonstrating that it meets the exchange's listing requirements. The terms in quotes are misused a lot in the blogosphere and elewhere on the internet, but when you read them in legal documents (like in the EC's Q&A doc), they have a very specific meaning.
WMI Liquidating Trust to Distribute Approximately $458 Million
SEATTLE, June 7, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- WMI Liquidating Trust (the "Liquidating Trust"), formed pursuant to the recently confirmed and consummated Seventh Amended Joint Plan of Affiliated Debtors under Chapter 11 of the United States Bankruptcy Code (as modified, the "Plan") of Washington Mutual, Inc. ("WMI"), today announced that it will make an interim distribution (the "Distribution") of approximately $458 million to beneficiaries of the Liquidating Trust in a manner consistent with the terms of the Plan.
In accordance with the priority of payments described on Exhibit H to the Plan, the Distribution will be allocated to claimants in "Tranche 2" in the following amounts: $90 million to holders of Allowed Senior Notes Claims; $346 million to holders of Allowed Senior Subordinated Notes Claims; and $22 million holders of Allowed General Unsecured Claims. After giving effect to the Distribution and the initial distribution pursuant to the Plan, holders of Allowed Claims in Class 12 will have received distributions in respect of 100% of their pre-petition claims. As a result, and in accordance with the Plan, future distributions by the Liquidating Trust will include amounts in respect of accrued and unpaid post-petition interest.
The Distribution will be initiated by the Liquidating Trust on Friday, June 8, 2012. The effect of this Distribution will be reflected on the next Quarterly Summary Report filed by the Liquidating Trust with the Bankruptcy Court (defined below) for the period ending on June 30, 2012 (which is expected to be filed on or about July 31, 2012).
The Distribution is possible primarily as a result of recent favorable decisions permitting the release of a $406 million claim reserve that had been established in conjunction with a proof of claim filed by the Policeman's Annuity and Benefit Fund of the City of Chicago, the Boilermakers National Annuity Trust and Doral Bank Puerto Rico (collectively, the "MBS Plaintiffs") in the United States Bankruptcy Court for the District of Delaware (the "Bankruptcy Court"). Pursuant to orders by the Bankruptcy Court and the United States District Court for the District of Delaware, such reserve was ordered released and to be made available to creditors.
In addition to the foregoing, the Bankruptcy Court has recently sustained claim objections in favor of WMI's estate in relation to claims filed by other claimants such as certain former employees of Washington Mutual Bank. These favorable rulings will enable the Liquidating Trust to release additional cash held on account of such previously disputed claims in an amount of approximately $52 million, thereby bringing the total amount of the Distribution to $458 million.
William C. Kosturos, the Liquidating Trustee, made the following statement:
We are pleased that these recent court rulings will facilitate the Liquidating Trust's ability to make this Distribution to the beneficiaries of the Liquidating Trust. As we previously announced, the Liquidating Trust is distributing an aggregate of approximately $7 billion to parties-in-interest of WMI on account of their allowed claims.
Further information about WMI Liquidating Trust can be found at www.wmitrust.com.
La cotización no está recogiendo ninguna noticia y encima con volumenes ridículos . :(
Es que esta noticia no tiene nada que ver con la cotización sino con las clases acreedoras de la vieja WMI que empiezan a cobrar parte de los $7 Billones. Estamos inmersos en un proceso y mientras antes termine mejor para todos. Ya hemos visto que hay acreedores que en vez de cobrar acciones en $$$$$ prefieren un canje por WMIH.