Bear Stearns' offers deal to AHERF creditors: Five cents on the dollar

Hoffman, David
May 1999
Bond Buyer;05/11/99, Vol. 328 Issue 30638, p36
Trade Publication
Reports that Bear Stearns & Co. is offering to pay creditors of the bankrupt Allegheny Health Education and Research Foundation five cents on the dollar for investment they made in the health system. Offer to unsecured creditors; Debt to the creditors of the foundation.


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