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Monday, February 24, 2014

Joint Comments by the U.S. Receiver, the Examiner and the Official Stanford Investors Committee Concerning the Liquidators' Efforts to Recover Preference Payments

Joint Comments by the U.S. Receiver, the Examiner and the Official Stanford Investors Committee Concerning the Liquidators' Efforts to Recover Preference Payments - The U.S. Receiver, the Examiner, and the Official Stanford Investors Committee understand that certain SIBL CD investors have received letters or emails from Marcus Wide and Hugh Dickson, the Joint Liquidators appointed by the Antiguan courts to oversee the Antiguan liquidation of SIBL, through which the Joint Liquidators seek to recover from the investors certain amounts (referred to as "preference payments") that the investors had withdrawn or otherwise received from SIBL during the 6 months' prior to the failure of SIBL. We also understand that these letters and/or emails are causing considerable distress and concern among SIBL CD investors. We wish to clarify the following matters:

1.The U.S. Receiver, the Examiner, and the Official Stanford Investors Committee have no involvement in the Joint Liquidators' effort to recover these "preference payments." The Joint Liquidators are proceeding pursuant to Antiguan law and with the approval of the Antiguan courts. Similarly, the U.S. District Court overseeing the Stanford Receivership has no role in or jurisdiction over the Joint Liquidators' efforts to recover these "preference payments."

2.The Antiguan Joint Liquidators have posted a set of Frequently Asked Questions concerning their effort to recover "preference payments" on their website. You can review those Frequently Asked Questions at http://www.sibliquidation.com

3.We understand that the Antiguan court has established a process for objecting to the Joint Liquidators' effort to recover these "preference payments." In the first instance, any objections must be directed to the Joint Liquidators at Stanford.enquiries@uk.gt.com. Objections must be filed within 120 days after the investor receives the letter or email asserting the Joint Liquidators' claim for these "preference payments."

4.At present, the Joint Liquidators are not permitted to bring lawsuits in the United States to recover these "preference payments," nor for any other purpose.

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