IN THE MATTER OF THE BANKS AND SPECIALISED DEPOSIT-TAKING INSTITUTIONS ACT, 2016 (ACT 930) IN THE MATTER OF THE RECEIVERSHIPS OF THE 347 MICROFINANCE COMPANIES AND THE 23 SAVINGS & LOANS COMPANIES AND FINANCE HOUSE COMPANIES NOTICE TO THE GENERAL PUBLIC EXTENSION OF DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSION OF BIDS TO PURCHASE LANDED PROPERTIES, USED MOTOR VEHICLES […]
The receiver is set to pay GH₵151.8 million to 5,637 former staff of 209 defunct Specialised Deposit Taking Institutions (SDIs) as outstanding salary arrears and compensation due them before the end of this month. This follows the Bank of Ghana (BoG) making available funds to the receiver and official liquidator to fully settle employee-related claims […]
The Attorney General has been asked by the court to give all the evidence it intends to rely on in the case against the founder of the defunct UT Bank, Mr Prince Kofi Amoabeng, who is on trial in connection with the collapse of the bank. Justice Philip Bright Mensah, a Justice of the Court […]
Embattled founder of the defunct Capital Bank, Ato Essien, is willing to refund GH¢27.5 million back to the state, his lawyers have said. Willaim Ato Essien is standing trial for allegedly collapsing the bank. The GH¢27.5 million is what the state has accused Essien of using as business promotion and which he allegedly carried in […]
The Trials of owners and heads of defunct banks whose actions allegedly led to the banking crisis in recent years have been adjourned to latter parts f May due to restrictions imposed on the courts as measures to fight the Covid-19 pandemic. A total of 19 persons who were involved in the running of the […]
Over 400 customers of the defunct GN Bank (GN Savings and Loans) have so far received their locked up funds at the Sefwi- Asawinso branch of the Consolidated Bank Ghana (CBG).
The Governor of the Bank of Ghana (BoG), Dr Ernest Addison, has revealed that the banking sector of the Ghanaian economy is now profitable after the central bank carried out the cleanup exercise. He said the banks that are operating now are conforming to best practices. “The banking is now profitable liquid and solvent owing […]
Press Release on 347 Micro Finance Companies (“MFCs”) whose licences were revoked on 31 May 2019 by Bank of Ghana Upward Review of Payments to Depositors whose claims have been validated Accra 8th November 2019. Following the revocation of the licences of the 347 Micro Finance Companies (“MFCs”), the Receiver among other things announced a […]
Notice is hereby given that depositors who have not yet submitted their claim forms should do so on or before Friday 18th October 2019 for validation. After this date, the Receiver will conclude that there are no more outstanding claim forms to be submitted.
The Receiver wishes to inform the general public that effective Friday, 11 October 2019, the branches of the following affected MFCs set out below will remain open to serve the customers of these institutions as well as the customers of other MFCs whose licenses have been revoked.