It has been relatively quiet this week with Sean Dunne’s bankruptcy in the Connecticut bankruptcy court – the creditors meeting that was scheduled for Wednesday has been moved to 29th May 2013 apparently at NAMA’s request, though given it had one working day to review Sean’s statement of affairs filed at 10pm last Friday, perhaps that request was understandable even if they had seen practically all of the information before when Sean presented NAMA with his business plan and accompanying documentation. The bankruptcy trustee was also scheduled to have quizzed Credit Suisse, People’s United Bank and a Bruce Shaw employee, Andy Smyth, this week.
Last night, Sean did file a “means-test calculation statement” which is intended to set out in detail the income and expenses of the bankrupt. However, in Sean’s case, he unsurprisingly states that his debts are not primarily consumer debts, and is therefore exempted from providing the minutiae of his financial income and outgoings. For your information though, the statement is here.
Also yesterday, NAMA’s lawyers, New Jersey firm, McCarter and English filed a statement – available here – with the Connecticut bankruptcy court showing that NAMA’s lawyer Thomas Goodwin is a lawyer is “good standing” and should therefore be accepted as NAMA’s legal representative in the Connecticut bankruptcy.