28-12-2016 by redazione
Good news for those who still have money stuck at Imperial Bank.
The Central Bank of Kenya has issued a statement in which it announced a third reimbursement for account holders linked to the bank Imperial Kenya more than a year ago closed its doors, into administration for illegal activities of former management, denounced by the shareholders of the bank .
After the first two repayments of one million shillings each, who had also arranged the situation creditor eighty percent of the account holders, now came the news of a third reimbursement operation.
This time, according to the CBK, will be returned to the account holders of 10% of their capital still stuck, and in any case no less than Kshs. 200,000 in profit.
It will once again be the NIC Bank, as happened for the second such operation in June, to repay through its current accounts by those who had one at Imperial Bank.
The NIC Bank headquarters Malindina Galana Center is just where he had offices and branches Imperial Bank.
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