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TerreStar Corporation Plan Filed

TerreStar Corporation (TSC) filed with the U.S. Bankruptcy Court a First Amended Joint Chapter 11 Plan and First Amended Disclosure Statement. According to the Disclosure Statement, “As described in further detail in the table below, the Plan provides that holders of Allowed Unsecured Claims will receive full satisfaction of their Claims, in the form of the New TSC Notes. The remaining value of the Reorganized TSC Debtors will be transferred to the holders of TSC Series A and B Preferred Shares in the form of the New Common Stock of Reorganized TSC. After taking into account the value distributed to unsecured creditors, and assuming that the Claims asserted by Elektrobit Inc. Van Vlissingen and Company, Jefferies & Company, Inc. and other vendors are allowed in full, the equity value of Reorganized TSC being transferred to the holders of TSC Series A and B Preferred Shares is between $144.8 million3 and $154.8 million, while the face value of the interests held by the holders of TSC Series A Preferred Shares is $90 million and TSC Series B Preferred Shares is $318.5 million (not including amounts owed on account of earned but unpaid dividends). In the event the Claims asserted by Elektrobit, Van Vlissingen and Company and Jefferies are disallowed in their entirety, the equity value of Reorganized TSC being transferred to the holders of TSC Series A and B Preferred Shares is between $177.2 million and $187.2 million. Accordingly, after repaying the holders of TSC Series A and B Preferred Shares, there is simply no value remaining to distribute to any other equity interest holders.”

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