Below in table format is a partial compilation of companies, investment funds, cryptocurrency projects, and others with publicly known financial exposure to the FTX exchange and its affiliates that filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy in the U.S. on Nov. 11 and froze withdrawals.
The list is sorted by date and comprises those that have revealed the exposure in U.S. dollar terms and others that have exposure, but have not given a dollar or asset figure.
This is current as of Nov. 21, but is a reference and does not claim to be comprehensive. It will be updated as more companies and entities publicly announce the extent of financial connections to FTX.
According to a court filing on Nov. 18, FTX Trading Ltd. and its affiliates owe their 50 largest creditors about US$3.1 billion. The creditors were not named, and the filing may be updated as more information becomes available, it said.
For scale, FTX.com’s bankruptcy filing on Nov. 14 says on page six that it has more than 100,000 creditors and that may go as high as more than 1 million. Estimates of liabilities at FTX and its approximately 130 affiliates range from $10 billion to $50 billion, according to media reports.