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FTX’s $45M Sequoia Sale Cleared, as Embed Divestment Delayed

A Delaware bankruptcy judge has approved the $45 million sale of FTX’s assets in Sequoia Capital Fund to the investment arm of Abu Dhabi, a Tuesday court filing shows.

In a declaration requested by FTX on March 8, Judge John Dorsey declared that the sale to Al Nawwar Investments RSC Limited met the requirements of U.S. bankruptcy law, which sets restrictions to prevent unduly hasty divestment of assets.

The bankrupt company also requested an indefinite delay to its sale of stock-clearing business Embed, originally conceived as a quick way to raise funds for outstanding creditors.

The sale hearing for Embed, originally schedule for Feb. 27 and subsequently postponed, is now to be put on hold “until further notice,” a separate court document said, without providing further reasoning.

(By Jack Schickler)

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