Lehman Hedge Fund Customers Set To Get Money Back

Apr 17 2013 | 2:02pm ET

Lehman Brothers' hedge fund clients are poised to be repaid more than four years after the investment bank collapsed.

A federal bankruptcy court yesterday approved trustee James Giddens' plans to repay banks and hedge funds more than $15 billion. The move will "set the stage" for customers to get all of their money back, Giddens said.

That money has been frozen since Lehman declared bankruptcy in 2008.


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