Trustee for Bankrupt National Benevolent Association to Pay Bondholders

Shields, Yvette
August 2004
Bond Buyer;8/31/2004, Vol. 349 Issue 31959, p5
Trade Publication
Announces that in September 2004, the trustee for 150 million dollars worth of bonds sold on behalf of the bankrupt National Benevolent Association will distribute 2.2 million dollars of interest payments that were owed to bondholders from seven issues that had payments due between March and May 2004. Trustee's use of the debt service reserves established due to cover interest payments owed in December 2003 and January and February 2004.


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