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People: Begbies Traynor; Widd Signs; PCL; and more

The Business Desk 07 May 2021
Insolvency specialist Begbies Traynor has promoted Joanne Hammond to partner ... Over the last 14 years, she has risen through the ranks, qualifying as a licensed insolvency practitioner in 2014 ... She has a strong track record in managing bank-led administrations as well as trading insolvencies and even football club administrations.
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Ballymaloe culinary empire daughter Fern Allen and her husband get debt write-offs worth €1.6m and €1.9m

Irish Independent 07 May 2021
The interlocking personal insolvency arrangements (PIAs) will wipe out most of what is owed and allow them to pay their mortgage over a longer period. Cork Circuit Court was told the arrangements, devised by personal insolvency practitioner (PIP) Mitchell O’Brien, had the backing of creditors Bank of Ireland and the Revenue Commissioners.
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#FixTheCountry: Government fixing banking mess – Gabby

Ghana Web 06 May 2021
... is dealing with the issues that resulted in the banking failure. The former Executive Director of the Danquah Institute said the banking mess resulted in over 25billion locked up in insolvent banks ... Over GHS21 billions of your money locked up in insolvent banks, S&Ls, etc.
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Archegos prepares for insolvency as banks seek compensation: FT

Straits Times 06 May 2021
BENGALURU (REUTERS) - Archegos Capital Management, the family office run by former Tiger Asia manager Bill Hwang, is preparing for insolvency as banks involved in financing its trades seek to recoup some of their losses, the Financial Times (FT) reported on Wednesday (May 5).
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Archegos prepares for insolvency as banks aim to recoup losses: FT

Straits Times 06 May 2021
BENGALURU • Archegos Capital Management, the family office run by former Tiger Asia manager Bill Hwang, is preparing for insolvency as banks involved in financing its trades seek to recoup some of their losses, the Financial Times (FT) reported on Wednesday ... Global banks lost nearly US$10 billion (S$13.4 billion) from the Archegos fallout.
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The job of govt is to fix problems, we’ve been doing that since 2017 – Bawumia

Ghana Web 06 May 2021
... is dealing with the issues that resulted in the banking failure. The former Executive Director of the Danquah Institute said the banking mess resulted in over 25billion locked up in insolvent banks ... Over GHS21 billions of your money locked up in insolvent banks, S&Ls, etc.
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Insider finance: BofA poaches volatility traders

Business Insider 06 May 2021
I'm Dan DeFrancesco, and here's what's on the agenda today.Bank of America just nabbed two senior equity volatility traders from rival banks as the war on talent heats up ... Here's a breakdown of what seven different banks are saying ... Archegos prepares for insolvency as banks seek compensation for $10bn losses (Financial Times).
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D-Day for Archegos Capital: Why Was it Allowed So Much Tier 1 Liquidity?

Finance Magnates 06 May 2021
Hardly surprising, when banks treat their core Tier, 1 liquidity customers, with trepidation yet allow themselves to get fleeced by a fly-by-night hedge fund to the extent that it almost brings the banks into insolvency to the potential detriment of their public shareholders and investors.
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Archegos prepares for insolvency as banks seek compensation: Financial Times

Sydney Morning Herald 06 May 2021
The family office run by former Tiger Asia manager Bill Hwang, is said to be preparing for insolvency as banks involved in financing its trades seek to recoup some of their losses ....
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Archegos may wind down as banks seek to recoup billions in losses, report says

Business Insider 05 May 2021
YouTube Archegos is preparing for insolvency as banks seek to recoup losses suffered during the meltdown, the Financial Times reported Wednesday ... Archegos Capital Management is reportedly preparing for insolvency as banks seek to regain roughly $10 billion in combined losses ...
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Archegos prepares for insolvency as banks seek compensation: Report

The Times of India 05 May 2021
Archegos Capital Management, the family office run by former Tiger Asia manager Bill Hwang, is preparing for insolvency as banks involved in financing its trades seek to recoup some of their losses, the Financial Times reported on Wednesday ... Global banks lost nearly $10 billion from the Archegos fallout.
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FinanceArchegos prepares for insolvency as banks seek compensation - Financial Times

Reuters 05 May 2021
Archegos Capital Management, the family office run by former Tiger Asia manager Bill Hwang, is preparing for insolvency as banks involved in financing its trades seek to recoup some of their losses, the Financial Times reported on Wednesday ... Global banks lost nearly $10 billion from the Archegos fallout.
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Archegos reportedly eyeing insolvency as banks seek to recoup losses

New York Post 05 May 2021
Archegos Capital Management, the family office run by former Tiger Asia manager Bill Hwang, is preparing for insolvency as banks involved in financing its trades seek to recoup some of their losses, the Financial Times reported Wednesday ... Global banks lost nearly $10 billion from the Archegos fallout.
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Archegos Capital hedge fund teeters on the brink of collapse

This is Money 05 May 2021
It is now preparing for insolvency, according to the Financial Times.
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Fiat Lux: The Origins Of Modern Money

Bitcoin Magazine 05 May 2021
Rampant speculation surrounding National Bank stock ensued, and it was unsustainable ... Essentially, the US government was financing its war operations with massive amounts of inflated bank notes which, when called due for final settlement in specie, sparked a near nationwide bank insolvency ... To compensate for this, banks would raise interest rates.
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