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The plan was declared insolvent and placed in receivership in 2017.
The money was instead deposited into accounts tied to the previous owners, leaving the new owners with few options as they tried to keep the facilities from becoming insolvent.
When it collapsed in June, pressure to overhaul the index mounted as existing rules didn’t allow for the benchmark’s first-ever insolvent member to be ejected right away.
In 2017, the system was declared insolvent and placed in receivership.
Now men laughed at him, pointed to him with their fingers, and made their children mock and hoot the penniless insolvent.
Unless the maker of a note is insolvent, a bank can never pay the unmatured note of a depositor.
Sganerelle demands the payment of his wages from his henceforth insolvent master.
Old Strang died insolvent; he used to gamble, had ruined himself without saying a word.
THE NABOBALPHONSE DAUDET
And Rembrandt died insolvent, while Sir Godfrey amassed a fortune!
ART IN ENGLANDDUTTON COOK
The condemned felon has as good a yard for air and exercise in Newgate, as the insolvent debtor in the Marshalsea Prison.
THE PICKWICK PAPERSCHARLES DICKENS

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