#PFGBest Assets & Liabilities: Futures, Metals & Forex Account Balances & More

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Late in the day on September 6, 2012, PFGBest Trustee Ira Bodenstein filed a Schedule of Assets and Liabilities, as required by law.  Below, we've linked to the entire filing, which totals more than 3,400 pages.  Customers interested in looking up the amounts listed for their futures and forex accounts, please jump below to the Schedule F documents.  Metals accounts are also listed in Schedule F, but with undetermined amounts.  Please note that the account balances listed appear to be valued on the July 10, 2012 filing date and are subject to change. For more information on how the value for these accounts were derived, please read the first several pages of the General Notes for the Schedule of Assets and Liabilities, linked below.

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General Notes, Summary of Schedules and Schedules A through E
The Trustee notes that the assets and liabilities are listed according their book value in PFGBest's books and records as of July 10, 2012 or the nearest available date.  All schedules may be amended by the Trustee.  Listed in this document are the following:

  • GENERAL NOTES PERTAINING TO DEBTORS’ SCHEDULES OF ASSETS AND LIABILITIES AND STATEMENTS OF AFFAIRS
  • SUMMARY OF SCHEDULES
  • SCHEDULE A - REAL PROPERTY
  • SCHEDULE B - PERSONAL PROPERTY
  • SCHEDULE D - CREDITORS HOLDING SECURED CLAIM
  • SCHEDULE E - CREDITORS HOLDING UNSECURED PRIORITY CLAIMS

Exhibits in this schedule include:

  • EXHIBIT B-2
    CHECKING, SAVINGS OR OTHER FINANCIAL ACCOUNTS
  • EXHIBIT B-3
    SECURITY DEPOSITS
  • EXHIBIT B-13
    STOCK AND INTERESTS IN INCORPORATED AND UNINCORPORATED BUSINESSES
  • EXHIBIT B-15
    GOVERNMENT AND CORPORATE BONDS AND OTHER NEGOTIABLE INSTRUMENTS
  • EXHIBIT B-16
    ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE
  • EXHIBIT B-21
    OTHER CONTINGENT AND UNLIQUIDATED CLAIMS
  • EXHIBIT B-22
    PATENTS, COPYRIGHT AND OTHER INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY
  • EXHIBIT B-25
    AUTOMOBILES, TRUCKS, TRAILERS, AND OTHER VEHICLES AND ACCESSORIES
  • EXHIBIT B-28
    OFFICE EQUIPMENT, FURNISHINGS AND SUPPLIES
  • EXHIBIT B-35
    OTHER PERSONAL PROPERTY

Schedule F - Creditors Holding Unsecured and Non Priority Claims

Schedule F is broken into 500 page sections, leaving us with 7 documents.  This schedule lists each forex, futures and metals account balance, as listed in the books and records of PFGBest.  Each is listed as disputed, as the Trustee has most likely not verified the account balances himself.

If you would like to search for your account, note the account limits below, select the appropriate document and click on the link.  Then press CTRL plus the F button to bring up the Find search box to search text.  Search your account number to find your account.

Schedule F - Part 1 - Forex accounts D5000 to F8F18o 
Also includes some commission and vendor paybles
Pages 1 to 500

Schedule F - Part 2 - Forex Accounts F8F20 to FX811
Pages 501 to  1000

Schedule F - Part 3 - Forex Accounts  FX814 to  |  Futures Accounts 00038 to 23538
Also includes some commission and vendor payables
Pages 1001 to 1500

Schedule F - Part 4 -  Futures Accounts 2354A to 52401
Pages 1501 to 2000

Schedule F - Part 5 - Futures Accounts 52402 to 98366
Pages 2001 to 2500

Schedule F - Part 6 - Futures Accounts 98368 to Q3706
Pages 2501 to 3000

Schedule F - Part 7 - Futures Accounts Q3707 to Z9804 & All Metals Accounts
Also includes commission & vendor payables.
Pages 3001 to 3270


Schedule G - Executory Contracts and Unexpired Leases (Vendors, AP Agreements, IB Agreements, Contracts, Etc.)

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