hide The Claims Resolution Tribunal (“CRT”) of the Holocaust Victim Assets Litigation is now closed, and this website is no longer being updated. It remains online through the assistance of the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum. The CRT was 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. It operated in Zurich and New York under the supervision of the United States District Court for the Eastern District of New York and the Court-appointed Special Masters. This website contains information about the deposited assets claims of the Swiss Banks Holocaust litigation, the Court’s decisions, and other relevant filings and materials.

This section of the CRT-II website is an archival version of the CRT-I website.

This Web Site tells you about the Claims Resolution Tribunal (CRT) which has been established to resolve all claims to the published dormant accounts of non-Swiss bank clients. This site is linked to the site of the Independent Committee of Eminent Persons (ICEP), and the site of the Swiss Bankers Association, all of which provide further information.

I. The Claims Resolution Tribunal, an Overview
II. Membership of the Claims Resolution Tribunal
III. Organization of the Claims Resolution Tribunal
IV. Summary of the Claims Resolution Process
V. Important Features of the Claims Resolution Procedure
VI. Rules of Procedure for the Claims Resolution Process
VII. Rules on Interest, Charges and Fees
VIII. Published Decisions:       ENGLISH   FRENCH   GERMAN
IX. Progress Report
X. Tracing Survivors and Victims
XI. Links to Related Websites

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