Between December 1977 and May 1978 several Affiliated representatives visited the plant and discussed the loss with Entron.
After notifying Entron's insurer, Affiliated FM Insurance Co., of the flood, Entron personnel began to pump out the water and dry the drawings.
If there was one thing Jan Avery knew when she joined Enron in 1993, it was numbers. New evidence reveals that the seeds of Ken Lay's pattern of hiding losses went back even further-all the way to 1987. Like Baxter, she had been interviewed by lawyers and investigators who were convinced that her testimony could illuminate what had led to Enron's collapse. "The pattern began very early," she said, "much earlier than anyone has reported.
I was at first inconceivable to Jan Avery that her position at the Enron Corporation could make her a valuable witness in the largest bankruptcy case in American history. Shortly before his death, Baxter told colleagues that he had become a pivotal figure in the scandal, and that he stood between Ken Lay and Jeff Skilling (former C. It started in the gray area of what was acceptable in accounting principles and, in my opinion, later turned into a clear case of fraud." The mystery of Enron presented itself to Avery in 1993, during her earliest days in the company's tax department.
The Soviet Union had fallen, and the idea of privatizing electricity, natural gas, and other commodities was sweeping the world.
She had even run her own marketing company, jockeying to buy and move gas on the newly deregulated pipelines that crisscrossed Texas and New Mexico. She dressed in blazers and suits and always kept flowers in her office.
Her paternal grandmother had been born on a plantation in Alabama, and good breeding showed on Avery's face, but the family had lost everything, so a determination was there as well.
He is the founder of North Country Capital, an investment and advisory firm where he currently serves as President. Doheny served as a Managing Director and helped lead the Distressed Products Group of Deutsche Bank Securities Inc. Prior to Deutsche Bank, he was a bankruptcy attorney in the corporate reorganization groups of Orrick and Kelley Drye. Doheny currently serves on the boards of YRC Worldwide Inc, Affinity Gaming, Arcapita Inc (RA Holdings) and Eastman Kodak Inc. After his time at Price Waterhouse, he served as a Senior Managing Director at FTI Consulting. Weber has served on the Contra Costa Civil Grand Jury, performed occasional independent consulting projects and assumed board/trustee positions. Weber currently serves on Board of Directors of winery Truett Hurst, Inc., and chairs the audit committee.
Previously, he was a Managing Director and Co-Head of Special Situations Trading at HSBC Securities, where he headed up credit research. Doheny was a portfolio manager at Fintech Advisory Inc., a hedge fund focusing on undervalued securities and turnarounds in the U. He received a BA from Allegheny College and a Juris Doctor from Cornell Law School. The Res Cap Liquidating Trust was established in December 2013 under the Second Amended Joint Chapter 11 Plan of Residential Capital, LLC, et al.