MANHATTAN (CN) – Lehman Bros. owes its 20 top creditors $157.7 billion, according to Monday’s Chapter 11 bankruptcy filing. Leading the pack are Citibank, which is owed $138 billion, and The Bank of New York, $17 billion.
Here is the partial list of creditors:
Citibank N.A. $138 billion.
The Bank of New York $12 billion.
The Bank of New York $5 billion.
Aozora $463 million.
Mizuho Corp. Bank Ltd. $289 million.
Citibank N.A. Hong Kong $275 million.
BNP Paribas $250 million.
Shinesi Bank Ltd. $231 million.
UFJ Bank Limited $185 million.
Surnitomo Mitsubishi Bank $177 million.
Svenska Handelsbanken $140.6 million.
KBC Bank $100 million.
Mizhuho Corporate Bank $93 million.
Shinkin Central Bank $93 million.
The Bank of Nova Scotia $93 million.
Chuo Mitsui Trust & Bank $93 million.
Lloyds Bank $75.4 million.
Hua Nan Commercial Bank $59 million.
Bank of China $50 million.
Nippon Life Insurance Co. $46 million.
All the debts are listed as unsecured, in the filing by Harvey Miller with Weil Gotshal.