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Platinum Partners Receiver v. Beechwood Re Ltd. et al: Complaint

Complaint in Melanie L. Cyganowski, as Equity Receiver for Platinum Partners Credit Opportunities Master Fund LP, Platinum Partners Credit Opportunities Fund (TE) LLC, Platinum Partners Credit Opportunities Fund LLC, Platinum Partners Credit Opportunities Fund International Ltd., Platinum Partners Credit Opportunities Fund International (A) Ltd., and Platinum Partners Credit Opportunities Fund (BL) Ltd. v. Beechwood Re Ltd., Beechwood Re Investments LLC, B Asset Manager LP, B Asset Manager II LP, Beechwood Re Holdings Inc., Beechwood Bermuda International Ltd., Beechwood Bermuda Ltd., BAM Administrative Services LLC, BRe BCLIC 2013 LTC Primary, BRe BCLIC 2013 LTC Sub, BRe WNIC 2013 LTC Primary, BRe WNIC 2013 LTC Sub, Moshe M. Feuer, a.k.a. Mark Feuer; Feuer Family Trust, Taylor-Lau Family Trust, Scott A. Taylor, Senior Health Insurance Company of Pennsylvania, Fuzion Analytics Inc., Bankers Conseco Life Insurance Company, Washington National Insurance Company, CNO Financial Group Inc., and 40/86 Advisors Inc. U. S. Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of New York.
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File Size: 926.34 KB

Pages:

165

 

Sector:

Insurance;Liquidations & Insolvencies;Litigation;Securities & Investment

 

Defendant(s):

Beechwood Re Ltd.;Beechwood Re Investments LLC;B Asset Manager LP;B Asset Manager II LP;Beechwood Re Holdings Inc.;Beechwood Bermuda International Ltd.;Beechwood Bermuda Ltd.;BAM Administrative Services LLC;BRe BCLIC 2013 LTC Primary;BRe BCLIC 2013 LTC Sub;BRe WNIC 2013 LTC Primary;BRe WNIC 2013 LTC Sub;Moshe M. Feuer;Mark Feuer;Feuer Family Trust;Taylor-Lau Family Trust;Scott A. Taylor;Senior Health Insurance Company of Pennsylvania;Fuzion Analytics Inc.;Bankers Conseco Life Insurance Company;Washington National Insurance Company;CNO Financial Group Inc.;40/86 Advisors Inc.

 

Court Name - US Federal:

New York - Southern District Court

Allegation:

Fraud

 

Plaintiff(s):

Melanie L. Cyganowski, as equity receiver for Platinum Partners Credit Opportunities Master Fund LP, Platinum Partners Credit Opportunities Fund (TE) LLC, Platinum Partners Credit Opportunities Fund LLC, Platinum Partners Credit Opportunities Fund International Ltd., Platinum Partners Credit Opportunities Fund International (A) Ltd., and Platinum Partners Credit Opportunities Fund (BL) Ltd.

 

Date:

December 20, 2018

 

Case Number:

Xx Xx Xx


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