hide The Claims Resolution Tribunal (“CRT”) of the Holocaust Victim Assets Litigation, the administrative agency responsible for processing claims relating to assets deposited in Swiss Banks and other Swiss entities by Victims or Targets of Nazi persecution prior to and during the Second World War, is now closed. The CRT operated in Zurich and, for certain functions, in New York, under the direct supervision of the United States District Court for the Eastern District of New York and the Court-appointed Special Masters. This website, which contains information about the deposited assets claims of the Swiss Banks Holocaust litigation, the Court’s decisions, and other relevant filings and materials, is no longer being updated. However, the website and all attached documents and links will continue to remain available online, through the assistance of the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, for historical purposes.
   
 

United States District Court for the Eastern District of New York,
Chief Judge Edward R. Korman Presiding (CV-96-4849)

 
 
Bank Claims
 


2005 List of Swiss Bank Accounts from the ICEP Investigation

Attention: Please note that all deadlines to file claims related to the names and/or accounts appearing on these lists with the CRT have passed. At this point, these previously published lists of names of Account Owners and names of Power of Attorney Holders appear on this website for informational purposes only.

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Section 2: Owners of Accounts Previously Published by Swiss Authorities and/or Available in Archival Sources  

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Abraham, Elfriede
Abraham, Felix
Abramovitz, Moritz
Ackermann, Samuel
Adams, Elis
Adams, Paul
Adler, Hans
Adorjan, Emil
Aisenberg, Moise
Albaum, Abraham
Alexander, Paul
Algazy, S.
Allina, Gertrud
Altenstein, Sigmund
Amacher, Alfred
Appel, Marie-Madeleine
Appell, Gamliel
Argetoianu, M.
Ariowitsch, Marcus Max
Armi , Maurice
Arndt, Anni
Aronson, Rudolf
Aronstamm, Victor
Arosa, Albert
Aschenheim, Oswald
Ashkenazi, Hanoch
Asseeff, Basile
Aufhäuser, Martin
Aufricht, Hans
Auspitz-Artenegg, Theodor