UPDATED LIQUIDATING TRUST INTEREST STATEMENTS FOR MEMBERS OF EACH OF CLASSES 2 (“SENIOR FLOATING RATE NOTES”), 12 (“GENERAL UNSECURED CLAIMS”), AND 16 (“PIERS CLAIMS”) WILL BE MAILED BEGINNING MAY 8, 2018. To view a copy of the Plan, together with the corresponding press release and Form 8-K that was filed by WMI with the Securities and Exchange Commission ("SEC") on the Confirmation Date, please click here to access the Plan.On March 19, 2012 (the "Effective Date"), the Plan became effective and certain of the Debtors' assets were transferred to a newly formed Delaware liquidating trust (the "WMI Liquidating Trust") as further described in the Plan.The Trust will issue Liquidating Trust Interests to WMI's former shareholders if the Trust is able to monetize Liquidating Trust Assets in amounts sufficient to pay-in-full claims held by beneficiaries of the Trust who are senior to members of Classes 19 and 22, and if a shareholder satisfied all conditions applicable to receiving any such Liquidating Trust Interests.There can be no assurances that the Trust will be able to monetize assets in a manner sufficient to give effect to the foregoing.The only source of common stock available for any such a distribution would be from the 2.9 million of shares remaining on deposit in the Disputed Equity Escrow.Specifically, the Escrow do not, in and of themselves, entitle their holders to any possible future cash distributions from the Trust, WMIHC or the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (either in its corporate capacity or as the receiver for Washington Mutual Bank).To view a copy of the Form 8-K that was filed by WMI (which changed its name to WMI Holdings Corp.on the Effective Date) with the SEC on the Effective Date, please click here.
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These Escrow CUSIPs represent nominees' positions that would be used to make future distributions, if any, of common stock issued by WMI Holdings Corp. Pursuant to the Plan, such shares of WMIHC's common stock were deposited in the Disputed Equity Escrow established in accordance with the Plan and are to be maintained in the Disputed Equity Escrow until such time as Claims involving Disputed Equity Interests are either allowed or disallowed.
Upon resolution of those Claims, the related portion of the shares maintained in the Disputed Equity Escrow will be distributed to the claimant holding the newly allowed claim or, if the claim is disallowed, the related portion of the shares will be redistributed to beneficiaries of the Trust in accordance with the distribution mechanics set forth in the Plan.