Bloomberg Law
March 27, 2023, 3:14 PM

FTX Creditor Group Seeks Influence, Anonymity in Bankruptcy Case

Steven Church
Steven Church
Bloomberg News

A group of wealthy FTX creditors who live outside the US asked a judge to exempt them from disclosing their names in the bankruptcy case of the crypto company despite court rules that require such committees to identify their members.

The unusual request was made by 27 people who claim FTX owes them about $2 billion. Such panels are often formed by hedge funds and distressed debt investors to influence how a bankruptcy case is handled and to share legal expenses. The names of such panel members are almost always made public in court filings.

Group members who are seeking ...

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