Cherkasy district court, Cherkasy oblast, on 27 September banned the National Bank of Ukraine to liquidate the insolvent Bank unison. It is reported FinClub.

The decision the court made on application by agricultural enterprises of the unison Group, which was in the Bank 298,9 thousand UAH.

“In the case of compensation Fund the amount of contributions the claimant will be able to get the funds within the guaranteed amount of Deposit subject to compensation up to 200 thousand UAH, which is less than the plaintiff could obtain in the absence of the introduction of temporary administration”, – reads the court’s decision.

The Fund does not guarantee deposits of legal entities or related individuals. However, the court decided that the elimination of Unison will violate the rights of unison Groups to receive 98,9 thousand UAH and banned officials of the Executive Directorate of the DGF to offer the national Bank to liquidate the Bank. The court also forbade the NBU to approve the application.

Company unison Group was established in September 2015 Vladimir Rakhlin. Previously, he owned a 9.44% stake in the Bank unison, was a member of the Supervisory Board and Chairman of the Supervisory Board of IC unison-Garant.

In early August, the NBU reported that the Kyiv administrative court of appeal confirmed the legality of the allocation of the Bank unison insolvent because of opaque ownership structures.

The regulator has announced unison insolvent on April 28. In early may, the leadership of the controversial Bank said that it was “addressing clients’ requests for payment”. Allegedly “due to illegal actions of the NBU” on Easter and may holidays no funds remained 10 thousand Ukrainians, payroll cards which were issued by the Bank unison.

In Unison also stated that he did not agree with the decision of the NBU on the recognition of financial institutions insolvent.




Cherkasy court forbade the NBU to liquidate the Bank unison 21.10.2016

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