Bahamas supreme court approves 'provisional liquidators' for FTX

Bahamas supreme court approves ‘provisional liquidators’ for FTX


The Supreme Court of the Bahamas — where FTX Digital Marketsis headquartered — has approved two provisional liquidators to oversee the crypto exchange’s assets.

According to a Nov. 14 announcement from the Bahamas’ Securities Commission, the country’s supreme court approved the appointments of PricewaterhouseCoopers advisory partner Kevin Cambridge and partner Peter Greaves to act as “joint provisional liquidators” for FTX. The securities regulator also applied to have Brian Simms, a senior partner of Bahamas-based commercial law firm Lennox Patton, as a provision liquidator on Nov. 10.

“Given the magnitude, urgency, and international implications of the unfolding events with regard to FTX, the Commission recognized that it had to, and moved swiftly to use its regulatory powers […] to further protect the interests of clients, creditors, and other

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