Residential capital liquidating trust cognos analyst updating references


22-Jun-2020 09:30

as Successor to Shenandoah Valley Community Bank, Defendant Summit Lending Solutions, Inc., Defendant Synovus Mortgage Corp., Defendant T. Financial, Inc., Defendant Terrace Mortgage Company, Defendant United Fidelity Funding Corp, Defendant Universal American Mortgage Company, LLC, Defendant Vertice, Defendant WFC Holdings Corporation, Defendant WMC Morgage, LLC, Defendant Wachovia Mortgage Corporation, Defendant Wallick & Volk, Inc., Defendant Wells Fargo Bank, N. A., Defendant Wells Fargo Financial Retail Credit, Inc., Defendant Wells Fargo Financial Services, LLC, Defendanti Serve Residential Lending, LLC, Defendant American Mortgage Law Group, PC, Interested Party Ditech Financial, LLC, Interested Party Green Tree Servicing, LLC, Interested Party Ocwen Loan Servicing LLC, Interested Party Walter Investment Management Corporation, Interested Party Res Cap Liquidating Trust, Plaintiff Residential Funding Company, LLC, Plaintiff Arthur J. Signed by Judge Susan Richard Nelson on 06/08/2015. The Trust will make distributions of Units and cash from the Disputed Claims Reserve to holders of disputed claims that become allowed at intervals determined by the Trust.Established for the purpose of liquidating Residential Capital LLCRes Cap Liquidating Trust engages for the purpose of the liquidation of Residential Capital, LLC. The Trust will make an initial distribution of cash on or about per Unit.

At the current price of the units, the fully diluted unit count is 100mm and the diluted market capitalization is

At the current price of the units, the fully diluted unit count is 100mm and the diluted market capitalization is $1,550mm.

This document relates to: Residential Funding Company, LLC v. (DML)ORDER clarifying the Court's December 15, 2016 ruling [Doc.

Res Cap Liquidating Trust has 96.4mm units outstanding at a current price of $15.50, giving the trust a total market capitalization of $1,494mm.

The sources of value of the trust are non-litigation and litigation assets.

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At the current price of the units, the fully diluted unit count is 100mm and the diluted market capitalization is $1,550mm.This document relates to: Residential Funding Company, LLC v. (DML)ORDER clarifying the Court's December 15, 2016 ruling [Doc. Res Cap Liquidating Trust has 96.4mm units outstanding at a current price of $15.50, giving the trust a total market capitalization of $1,494mm.The sources of value of the trust are non-litigation and litigation assets.

,550mm.This document relates to: Residential Funding Company, LLC v. (DML)ORDER clarifying the Court's December 15, 2016 ruling [Doc. Res Cap Liquidating Trust has 96.4mm units outstanding at a current price of .50, giving the trust a total market capitalization of

At the current price of the units, the fully diluted unit count is 100mm and the diluted market capitalization is $1,550mm.

This document relates to: Residential Funding Company, LLC v. (DML)ORDER clarifying the Court's December 15, 2016 ruling [Doc.

Res Cap Liquidating Trust has 96.4mm units outstanding at a current price of $15.50, giving the trust a total market capitalization of $1,494mm.

The sources of value of the trust are non-litigation and litigation assets.

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At the current price of the units, the fully diluted unit count is 100mm and the diluted market capitalization is $1,550mm.This document relates to: Residential Funding Company, LLC v. (DML)ORDER clarifying the Court's December 15, 2016 ruling [Doc. Res Cap Liquidating Trust has 96.4mm units outstanding at a current price of $15.50, giving the trust a total market capitalization of $1,494mm.The sources of value of the trust are non-litigation and litigation assets.

,494mm.The sources of value of the trust are non-litigation and litigation assets.

While the value of the non-litigation assets is relatively certain, the high probability of successful litigation outcomes, in addition to the substantial potential recoveries, are at the core of why we believe RLT to be among the most attractive ideas we have come across.The Second Amended Joint Chapter 11 Plan of Residential Capital, LLC et al.