The majority shareholder in Bulgaria's collapsed Corporate Commercial Bank, or KTB, has appealed the central bank's decision to scrap KTB's banking licence, frognews.bg reported on Wednesday.
Bromak, a company owned by Tsvetan Vasilev, is KTB's majority shareholder. The appeal was filed with the Supreme Administrative Court (SAC).
According to unnamed sources, other shareholders and many depositors in KTB have also submitted appeals against the central bank's decision with SAC, the media outlet said....
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