29 CFR 4043.35 - Bankruptcy or similar settlement.

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§ 4043.35 Bankruptcy or similar settlement.
(a) Reportable event. A reportable event occurs for a plan when any member of the plan's controlled group—
(1) Commences a bankruptcy case (under the Bankruptcy Code), or has a bankruptcy case commenced against it;
(2) Commences or has commenced against it any other type of insolvency proceeding (including, but not limited to, the appointment of a receiver);
(3) Commences, or has commenced against it, a proceeding to effect a composition, extension, or settlement with creditors;
(4) Executes a general assignment for the benefit of creditors; or
(5) Undertakes to effect any other nonjudicial composition, extension, or settlement with substantially all its creditors.
(b) Initial information required. In addition to the information in § 4043.3(b), the notice shall include—
(1) A copy of all papers filed in the relevant proceeding, including, but not limited to, petitions and supporting schedules;
(2) The last date for filing claims;
(3) The name, address, and phone number of any trustee or receiver (or similar person);
(4) The name of each member of the plan's controlled group and its ownership relationship to other members of that controlled group; and
(5) For each other plan maintained by any member of the plan's controlled group, identification of the plan and its contributing sponsor(s) by name and EIN/PN or EIN, as appropriate.
(c) Waivers. Notice is waived if the person described in paragraph (a) of this section is a foreign entity other than a foreign parent.
(d) Extensions. Unless the controlled group member described in paragraph (a) of this section is the contributing sponsor of the plan, the notice date is extended until 30 days after the person required to notify the PBGC has actual knowledge of the reportable event.

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