Start Entron liquidating

Entron liquidating

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A simple Group By and Count of the messages, To and From “enron.com”, and containing the phrase “bankrupt” showed the phrase was used the most in December 2001, after the bad news began to come out.

Few points: Our time is likely to be limited to 5-10 minutes.

Mike Day, our outside counsel, will make the presentation on our behalf.

I propose that the trigger for an insurance pay-out would be the sale of the underlying project to a third party in a liquidation scenario for the benefit of creditors (i.e. I would like to price a structure where EPMI takes the first $50/kw of Loss and 10% of the balance.