Lehman’s U.K. Administrator Seeks to Return Hedge-Fund Assets

Bloomberg – Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc. may return hedge-fund assets as soon as next year that were frozen when the New York-based securities firm collapsed in the largest bankruptcy on record.

PricewaterhouseCoopers, Lehman Brothers International Europe’s administrator, plans today to ask a U.K. court to block any creditor claims for assets after this year, the accounting firm said in a statement. That would allow PwC to return money Lehman had held in trust for fund managers as soon as the first quarter of 2010.

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