Table: Left Holding the Bag

Estimated losses or exposure of Enron's shareholders, lenders, and trading counterparties at the market close on Nov. 28

SHAREHOLDERS

Loss since Enron's (ENE ) 52-week high on Dec. 28, 2000: $63 Billion

Loss since Nov. 9 Dynegy (DYN ) deal announcement: $6 Billion

TOP FIVE SHAREHOLDERS*

Alliance Capital Management, Janus Capital, Putnam Investment Management, Barclays Bank, Fidelity Management

BONDHOLDERS

Loss on bonds with $3.5 billion face value: $2.6 Billion

TOP FIVE BONDHOLDERS

GE Financial Assurance Holdings, Prudential Global Asset Management, Washington State Investment Board, Wellington Management Company, ING Investment Management

BANKS

Bank debt reported on Enron's balance sheet: $15 Billion

BANKS WITH LARGEST EXPOSURE

Citigroup and J.P.

Morgan Chase combined: $1.6 billion**

Bank of America: $200-$300 million

Bank One: $100 million

Bank of New York: $50-$100 million

TRADING COUNTERPARTIES

Potential losses on uncollateralized derivative contracts: $4 Billion

* As at Sept. 1

** Unsecured debt: $900 million

Data: Bloomberg Financial Markets; Capital Access International; Goldman, Sachs & Co.; BusinessWeek estimates

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