Efforts by banks including HSBC Holdings Plc and ABN Amro Bank NV to recover US$3.5 billion ($4.76 billion) from a collapsed oil trader in Singapore have hit a snag over attempts by a court-appointed manager to tap other assets of the family that ran the firm.

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