Economy 2022-08-15T08:22:33+03:00
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NBU Decides To Close Down Fortuna Bank

NBU Decides To Close Down Fortuna Bank

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The National Bank of Ukraine has decided to close down Kyiv-based Fortuna Bank.

The National Bank announced this in a statement, Ukrainian News Agency reports.

"The NBU took the decision to revoke Fortuna Bank's license and close it down on February 21, at the suggestion of the Deposit Guarantee Fund", the statement reads.

On January 26, the NBU declared Fortuna Bank insolvent.

NBU claimed, that 91% of all depositors will receive their deposits in full, as their amounts do no exceed the guaranteed amount of UAH 200,000.

As Ukrainian News Agency earlier reported, Matriona Tyschenko, mother of Factor business group owner Serhii Tyschenko, owns 99.64% of Fortuna Bank.

According to the data of the NBU, as of October 1, the bank occupied the 38th position in terms of the size of its assets (UAH 2.5 billion) among 100 operating Ukrainian commercial banks.