Deposit Guarantee Fund starts liquidation of Khreschatyk Bank
The Individual Deposit Guarantee Fund on June 6 started the process of liquidation of Kyiv's insolvent Khreschatyk Bank in accordance with the decision of the National Bank of Ukraine (NBU) on revocation of the banking license and liquidation of the financial institution.
The liquidation process will last until June 5, 2018, the Fund reported on its website.
As UNIAN reported earlier, the Individual Deposit Guarantee Fund introduced the provisional administration at the bank after the NBU declared it insolvent on April 5. The Fund had estimated the amount of compensation payments to be paid to Khreschatyk Bank's depositors at UAH 2.8 billion.
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After the introduction of the Fund's provisional administration at the bank, Kyiv City State Administration said it had made a relevant appeal to the law enforcement agencies and the State Fiscal Service regarding the bank's bankruptcy on the basis of the minority shareholder right.
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On May 27, the Individual Deposit Guarantee Fund suspended payments to depositors of Khreschatyk Bank to finalize the list of depositors entitled to compensation during the liquidation of the bank.