Lehman Gets Paid For Lost CMBS Bond Role

Lehman Brothers reportedly will receive €325,000 ($459,100) for being replaced as security agent on the Windermere XIV securitization.

  • 13 Aug 2009
Lehman Brothers reportedly will receive €325,000 ($459,100) for being replaced as security agent on the Windermere XIV securitization. PricewaterhouseCoopers, which administers Lehman in Europe, said the funds will be placed in the pool of assets that will eventually be distributed to the fallen banks creditors. Windermere warned investors ...

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