Reuters reported that MF Global Holdings will seek court approval of a plan to liquidate its assets and repay creditors, signaling the final stages of its large and politically-charged bankruptcy.

Reuters said the collapsed brokerage would repay the bulk of lender JPMorgan Chase’s claim, and would pay unsecured creditors as much as 34 cents on the dollar under a plan slated to go before the bankruptcy court judge.

Reuters noted the brokerage was found to have misappropriated customer cash to try to plug liquidity gaps as it faltered.

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JPMorgan, Others to Amend MF Global Liquidation Plan, Wednesday, March 06, 2013