The following are MF Global Holdings’ largest unsecured creditors and shareholders, according to the company’s bankruptcy filing and related court papers submitted today in U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Manhattan.
Unsecured creditors rank behind secured lenders in getting repaid in a bankruptcy, and are ahead of preferred and common shareholders.
JPMorgan Chase & Co.’s JPMorgan Chase Bank, bondholder trustee, $1.2 billion.
Deutsche Bank AG, trustee for $1.02 billion in bonds:
Deutsche Bank Trust Co., bondholder trustee for 6.25% notes, $325 million bondholder trustee for 3.375% notes, $325 million bondholder trustee for 1.875% notes, $287.5 million bondholder trustee for 9% notes, $78.6 million.
Headstrong Services LLC, $3.9 million
Comcast Corp.’s CNBC, $845,397
Sullivan & Cromwell LLP, $596,939
Caplin Systems Ltd., $427,520
Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz, $388,000
Linklaters LLP, $348,000
PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP, $312,598
Dean Media Group, $309,000
Oracle Corp., $302,704
ForwardThink Group Inc., $278,825
Bloomberg Finance LP, $276,064
The Gate Worldwide (S) Pte Ltd., $229,739
Lever Interactive, $178,900
Braxton Group LLC, $172,325
Forum Group, $154,300
Shearman & Sterling LLP, $135,500
RR Donnelly, $118,600
Infinia Group LLC, $115,001
Directors Fees, $105,000
ADK America Inc., $101,958
Shareholders as of Sept. 30, according to the petition:
J.C. Flowers, 1.5 million preferred shares
Pyramis Global Advisors LLC, 8.44 percent
RS Investments, 7.81 percent
Fine Capital Partners LP, 7.37 percent
Cadian Capital Management LLC, 6.17 percent
TIAA-CREF, 5.77 percent
Advisory Research Inc., 5.54 percent
Dimensional Fund Advisors LP, 5.41 percent
Rydex Security Global Investors LLC, 5.13 percent
The case is MF Global Holdings Ltd., 11-bk-15059, U.S. Bankruptcy Court, Southern District of New York (Manhattan).