It’s been recently revealed the fact that Goldman Sachs just said that the firm is not a FTX creditor. Check out the latest reports below.
Goldman Sachs says it’s not an FTX creditor
According to the latest reports, the documents filed Wednesday in Delaware’s US Bankruptcy Court list thousands of potential FTX creditors. This is happening even though lawyers said the names within the documents are not necessarily significantly tied to the company.
One large bank, in particular, is looking to distance itself from the exchange, as the online publication Blockworks notes.
The same online pubcalition mentioned above notes that the 116-page filing, called “Verification of Creditor Matrix” includes the names of Goldman Sachs, JPMorgan Chase, HSBC, BNY Mellon, and other household names in financial services.
It’s worth noting thr fact that it also includes a number of crypto firms, airlines, some of the world’s largest tech firms — even media companies.
Also, the industry watchers and large media outlets are anxious to find out the entities to which FTX owes money, the document filed Wednesday does not specify, according to lawyers.
A Goldman Sachs spokesperson told Blockworks in an email the bank is not an FTX creditor. We suggest that you check out the latest reports from the original article in order to learn more details about this.
Earlier today, we revealed that according to the latest reports coming from the online publication the Daily Hodl, it seems that tFTX, which went bankrupt in November, allegedly owed billions of dollars to a number of prominent companies before it collapsed, the extent revealed in bankruptcy court filings.
According to the same notes, some of those companies include tech giant Apple, video streaming service Netflix, other crypto exchange platforms such as Binance and Bitstamp, financial services titans Charles Schwab and JPMorgan, and one of the world’s largest retailers, Amazon.