Banks to Repay KTB Deposits Unveiled

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Bulgaria: Banks to Repay KTB Deposits Unveiled Corpbank's headquarters in downtown Sofia. Photo by BGNES

Bulgaria's Bank Deposit Insurance Fund has announced the names of the nine banks to be in charge of reimbursing deposits at Corporate Commercial Bank (Corpbank or KTB) from December 4.

After KTB has been under conservatorship since June 20, depositors are still waiting for access to their savings.

The nine financial companies are: Allianz Bank Bulgaria, DSK Bank, United Bulgarian Bank, First Investment Bank, Raiffeisen Bank (Bulgaria), CIBANK, UniCredit Bulbank, Central Cooperative Bank and Eurobank Bulgaria (Postbank).

Within the next five years, depositors at KTB will be able to access their money within the working hours of the respective bank.

All sums of up to BGN 196 000 (EUR 100 000) are guaranteed for a single depositor, regardless of the number of accounts he has opened at Corpbank. This amount of money involves both principal and interests accumulated as of November 6, the date when Bulgaria's fourth-largest lender was declared insolvent.

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#4
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#3
Deve - 24 Nov 2014 // 17:11:24

Edward

For information read the Q/A on the DIF website. Go to world wide web.dif.bg

There you will be able to read the info instead of listening to others that will just make stuff up

#2
EDC - 24 Nov 2014 // 16:09:39

You did not think the banks would do it for free ?????????????

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EDWARD - 24 Nov 2014 // 16:05:40

So what are the charges for cash withdrawls ?
what is the cash withdrawl limits ?
Why is there a limit ?

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