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In response to a handful of inquiries regarding the timing of a potential distribution to holders of LTIs, while the bankruptcy court agreed with the Trust's position regarding the expungement of claims, the bankruptcy court has not entered an order in connection therewith. Specifically, certain of the employee claimants have contested the inclusion of all claims in any order, claiming that the Trust failed to include certain claims in the applications that were submitted to the FDIC and denied and, as to which, the D.C. District Court confirmed. The bankruptcy court has requested additional submissions and the Trust does not anticipate a determination and entry of an order extinguishing claims by the bankruptcy court prior to March, 2019.
SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT DATED 11/16/2018:
At a recent hearing before the Bankruptcy Court, counsel for the Trust suggested that a special distribution to holders of LTIs might be paid during the month of November. Because the Bankruptcy Court has not entered final orders covering the disallowance of certain claims underlying the so-called “Employee Claims Litigation”, no such distribution will be made during November. Relatedly, no such distribution will be made until such time as the Bankruptcy Court enters the aforementioned final order(s) and the related timeframe for appeals, if any, by the relevant claimants has expired.
SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT DATED 10/30/2018:
NO DISTRIBUTIONS WILL BE MADE TO HOLDERS OF LTIs ON NOVEMBER 1, 2018. UPDATED LIQUIDATING TRUST INTEREST STATEMENTS FOR MEMBERS OF EACH OF CLASSES 2, (“SENIOR FLOATING RATE NOTES”), 12 (“GENERAL UNSECURED CLAIMS”), AND 16 (“PIERS CLAIMS”) WILL BE MAILED BEGINNING NOVEMBER 12, 2018.
SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT DATED 7/19/2018:
WMIH Corp. ("WMIH") recently disclosed that its pending acquisition (the "Merger") of Nationstar Mortgage Holdings Inc. will close on or about July 31, 2018. Management of WMI Liquidating Trust (the "Trust") has received various inquiries relating to Merger. WMIH and the Trust are separate, unaffiliated entities and any and all inquiries with respect to the Merger should be directed to WMIH Corp. Further, the Trust does not own any shares of WMIH common stock and will not be directly affected by the Merger; however, certain officers of the Trust are expected to continue providing services to WMIH and its subsidiaries pursuant to the publicly disclosed Transitional Services Agreement for a yet-to-be-determined transitional period. In addition, so-called "Escrow CUSIPs" do not give rise to any entitlement for value from, or a distribution from, the Trust as a result of the Merger or the transactions contemplated thereby. Please see Question #12 set forth in the Trust's "Frequently Asked Questions" page on its web site which provides a description of Escrow CUSIPs and their role under the Plan of Reorganization.
On September 26, 2008, Washington Mutual, Inc. ("WMI") and WMI Investment Corp. ("WMIC" and together with WMI, the "Debtors") filed voluntary petitions for relief under chapter 11 of the United States Bankruptcy Code in the United States Bankruptcy Court for the District of Delaware (the "Court") (Case No. 08-12229 (MFW)).
On February 24, 2012 (the "Confirmation Date"), the Court entered an order confirming the Debtors' Modified Seventh Amended Joint Plan of Affiliated Debtors Pursuant to Chapter 11 of the United Stated Bankruptcy Code, dated December 12, 2011 as modified (the "Plan"). To view a copy of the Plan, together with the corresponding press release and Form 8-K that was filed by WMI with the Securities and Exchange Commission ("SEC") on the Confirmation Date, please click here to access the Plan.
On March 19, 2012 (the "Effective Date"), the Plan became effective and certain of the Debtors' assets were transferred to a newly formed Delaware liquidating trust (the "WMI Liquidating Trust") as further described in the Plan. To view a copy of the Form 8-K that was filed by WMI (which changed its name to WMI Holdings Corp. on the Effective Date) with the SEC on the Effective Date, please click here.
Further information regarding the WMI Liquidating Trust and/or the Debtors is available by clicking on each of the links to the left. The link titled "Bankruptcy Court Documents" contains a link to the filings that the Debtors have made with the Court. The link titled "Beneficiary Tax Information" includes important tax information for beneficial holders regarding the WMI Liquidating Trust interests.
For inquiries related to the exchange of WaMu shares, please call 1-866-436-2534.
For inquiries about the newly issued Washington Mutual shares, please call 1-866-436-2125
Confirmation of Chapter 11 Plan
To view the press release and related information regarding the confirmation of Washington Mutual, Inc. chapter 11 plan of reorganization, please click here to access the documents.
This site contains information about the WMI Liquidating Trust and the Debtors. This site, and each of the sites referenced above, will be updated from time to time by KCC. Holders of beneficial interests in the WMI Liquidating Trust are encouraged to review the information that is contained on this site thoroughly and on a regular basis.