Who Owns Refco Remnant Assets?
Oak Point Partners, Inc. acquired the remnant assets of Refco Inc., et al. Bankruptcy Estate in February 2013.
On October 17, 2005, Refco Inc. and its related entities (“Refco”) filed a chapter 11 petition in the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of New York, assigned case No. 05-60006. Thereafter, Refco confirmed a joint chapter 11 plan and Plan Administrators were appointed to liquidate the estate’s assets. Oak Point Partners, Inc. acquired the remnant assets of Refco in February 2013.
Related Entities: Bersec, Cardales UK Ltd., Cargill, Carlton Brokerage Ltd, CFG Financial Group Inc, Chicago Grain and Financial Futures Company, CIS Cash Management, Inc., CIS Financial Services, Inc., CIS Holdings, Inc., CIS Management, Inc., CIS Securities, Inc., Easyscreen Ltd., Edinburgh Fund Managers Ltd, First Capitol Group, LLC, Kroeck & Associates, LLC, MacFutures, Marshall Metals, LLC, MST Canada Co., New Refco Group Ltd., LLC, Ray E Friedman & Company, RB&H, Refco Administration, LLC, Refco Capital, Refco F/X Associates, LLC, Refco Finance, Refco Financial, Refco Fixed Assets Management, LLC, Refco Futures Ltd., Refco Global, Refco Group, Refco Information Services, LLC, Refco Managed Futures, LLC, Refco Mortgage Securities, Refco New York, Refco Regulated Companies, LLC, Refco Securities, Summit Management, LLC, THL Refco Blocker Corp., Westminster-Refco Management, LLC
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Contact Info: Refco
Founded in 1969 as Ray E Friedman & Co, Refco was a diversified financial services organization with operations in 14 countries and an extensive global institutional and retail client base. Refco was a leading market maker for commodities and financial futures. Refco was the largest broker on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange and had 200,000 customer accounts.