The Ministry of Finance has published a letter to the ex-owners of the Privat

Минфин опубликовал письмо экс-владельцев Привата

The former owners of PrivatBank asked him to nationalize

Kolomoisky and Bogolyubov in writing addressed to the Cabinet with a request to nationalize Privat.

The Ministry of Finance has published on its website a letter to Igor Kolomoysky and Gennady Bogolyubov, which they sent 16 December 2016 the Prime Minister of Ukraine Volodymyr Groisman with a request to purchase shares of the Bank and to take a positive decision on its further capitalization.

It is noted that turning to the government requesting the transfer of the Bank into state ownership, the former shareholders of PrivatBank unilaterally pledged to promote the process of nationalization Bank to restructure its loan portfolio until July 1, 2017 to cover the losses of the state.

The Ministry of Finance recalled that, in response to the lack of action on restructuring by the former owners, PrivatBank attracted a consortium of companies Rothschild, EY and FinPoint to accelerate the negotiation process on loan restructuring.

The Ministry expects that in the near future the consortium will provide a final report, after processing which will decide on further steps. But, according to available information, significant progress in restructuring has not been achieved.

“But we are seeing a coordinated legal and media campaign against the interests of the state”, − said the press service of the Ministry.

Минфин опубликовал письмо экс-владельцев Привата

minfin.gov.ua

Chairman of the Board of PrivatBank resigned

Earlier it was reported that the Cabinet decided to dokapitalizatsii Privat 38.5 billion.

The Nationalization Of PrivatBank

Sweetsurprise Private. Any debts left Kolomoisky

The Supervisory Board of PrivatBank was headed by a banker from Turkey

Creditors are threatening Ukraine PrivatBank court

The Ministry of Finance capitalized on Privat 107 billion hryvnia

The NAB is investigating abuse in refinancing Private
Source

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *