The bones of the BANK OF CREDIT & COMMERCE INTERNATIONAL have been picked nearly clean, and much of what's left is likely to go to the liquidators, accountants and lawyers. B.C.C.I.'s "recoverable" assets have dwindled to less than $1.2 billion, down from $24 billion in 1990, according to a report filed with the High Court in London. The report lists $439 million in liquidators' fees to date.
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