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Holocast: International Commission on Holocaust Era Insurance Claims

ICHEIC has compiled lists of Holocaust-era insurance policies from several different sources, including insurance company members of ICHEIC and from various public archives. The fact that a name appears on a published list is not a guarantee that the individual named is entitled to payment. It suggests that a life, education, or dowry policy was in effect during the relevant period (1920-1945), and that the policy may not have been paid.

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Holocast: Swiss Bankers Association Dormant Accounts

On February 5, 2001, a new claims process was established to provide Nazi victims or their heirs with an opportunity to make claims to assets deposited in Swiss banks in the period before and during World War II. The claims process is triggered by the publication of a list of 21,000 names of account owners, who were probably victims of Nazi Persecution. This website contains all the information you will need to find out further details about the claims program, view the list of names of account owners, receive a claim form with instructions, and obtain assistance in filling out the claim form from volunteer organizations.

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Holocaust: Claims Processing Office

Provides just resolution for the theft of property during the Holocaust. Banks, insurance companies, and museums now take seriously claims from those whose property was stolen, or their heirs. To provide institutional assistance to individuals seeking to recover Holocaust-looted assets, Governor Pataki created the Holocaust Claims Processing Office of the New York State Banking Department on June 25, 1997. The mission of the Office is threefold: 1. Recover assets deposited in European banks; 2. Recover monies never paid in connection with insurance policies issued by European insurers; and 3. Recover lost or looted art.

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Holocaust: Victim Assets Litigation

This is the official information website for the Holocaust Victim Assets Litigation against Swiss Banks and other Swiss Entities. You may have important rights under a proposed $1.25 billion (U.S.) Settlement of a class action lawsuit against private Swiss Banks and other Swiss Entities for their alleged conduct related to World War II and the Holocaust. The claims filing deadlines for the Deposited Assets, Slave Labor and Refugee Classes have been extended. The deadline to file Insurance Claims has also been extended. Please access the links on this site for more details.

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