REVOCATION OF LICENCE - LOYAL BANK LIMITED

Internationaloff

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A Notice of Revocation has been issued to Loyal Bank Limited, effective 7th August, 2018 pursuant to section 21 (2) (a) of the International Banks Act. Winding up proceedings have commenced against Loyal Bank Limited and the Financial Services Authority will provide further updates which will include the details of the Liquidator to whom all claims against the bank are to be made.
 

Martin Everson

Offshore Consultant
Business Angel
A Notice of Revocation has been issued to Loyal Bank Limited, effective 7th August, 2018 pursuant to section 21 (2) (a) of the International Banks Act. Winding up proceedings have commenced against Loyal Bank Limited and the Financial Services Authority will provide further updates which will include the details of the Liquidator to whom all claims against the bank are to be made.
The Finanical Services Authority - St. Vincent & the Grenadines

FIFA scandal, plus many other money laundering scandals couldn't kill this bank. Well finally its been put out of its misery. That bank was like a mummy in a horror film that would not die. ns2


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Dear Clients,

We would like to inform you that following the issuance of a Cease and Desist Order earlier last week, the Financial Services Authority of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines revoked the Bank's licence as of 8th of August, 2018, and decided to start the legal process of appointing a liquidator to take over the Bank's assets.

We will keep you updated about the proceedings as soon as further information will be available to us.


Best Regards,

LOYAL BANK LIMITED
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eBroncos

New Member
Hello
Does anyone can shed some light about the financial situation at LBL (Loyal Bank Limited) at the time when its license got revoked.
I am trying to analyze the chances of depositors getting their money back and the bank's financial situation/condition at the time has an impact on it.
Also, are there any legal claims against the bank that can cause major delay to the disbursement of the funds to the depositors?
Thanks
~E
 

Martin Everson

Offshore Consultant
Business Angel
Hello
Does anyone can shed some light about the financial situation at LBL (Loyal Bank Limited) at the time when its license got revoked.
I am trying to analyze the chances of depositors getting their money back and the bank's financial situation/condition at the time has an impact on it.
Also, are there any legal claims against the bank that can cause major delay to the disbursement of the funds to the depositors?
Thanks
~E
I doubt much people would have been stupid enough to keep money at that bank. Those who did probably had little chance of opening an account elsewhere ;) I posted on here months ago that the bank was finished. You would be best to speak to receivers or Belize financial services to get an answer.
 

eBroncos

New Member
I doubt much people would have been stupid enough to keep money at that bank. Those who did probably had little chance of opening an account elsewhere ;) I posted on here months ago that the bank was finished. You would be best to speak to receivers or Belize financial services to get an answer.
1.) Did you post about the bank being finished after Mastercard revoked its license to provide card (March 2018) or before?
2.) Who and what are the 'receivers'?
3.) The bank is in SVG and got closed by the SVG FSA, so what does the Belize financial services has to do with it?
 

Martin Everson

Offshore Consultant
Business Angel
1.) Did you post about the bank being finished after Mastercard revoked its license to provide card (March 2018) or before?
I posted in response to that on March 2018 (see below). When the subject was raised I was shocked there were idiots who still banked with them. Anyone who banks with them if they get any money back should take that money and get their head examined by a good doctor as common sense is missing. The signs were always there via constant loss of correspondence accounts, scandal after scandal etc. Here is another heads up EPB bank is next which I mentioned back in March on same thread also.:eek:

Loyal Bank - Bank Card - Status "Warm"

2.) Who and what are the 'receivers'?
People responsible for winding the bank down

3.) The bank is in SVG and got closed by the SVG FSA, so what does the Belize financial services has to do with it?
Yes it is. Had Belize Choice on my mind at time of writing.:D
 

Mark Rucken

Building Trust
Entrepreneur
Someone on this board actually have money stuck with Loyal Bank? An update on this would be highly appreciated. I contacted liquidators, but no reply ... of course :D
 

Filipepi

New Member
Someone on this board actually have money stuck with Loyal Bank? An update on this would be highly appreciated. I contacted liquidators, but no reply ... of course :D
Hi, Mark. Yes, I am. And the same things for my application to clarify their further steps, emalied yesterday. Let's keep in touch over the progress
 

Mark Rucken

Building Trust
Entrepreneur
Hi, Mark. Yes, I am. And the same things for my application to clarify their further steps, emalied yesterday. Let's keep in touch over the progress
I wrote to Loyal Bank and they are replying, but nothing useful from them. They literally have no idea what is going on. They provided me with the email of the liquidator and advised me to contact them directly. I tried finding a phone number of the liquidator, but no luck.

Yes, please post any update here, I will do the same.
 

Internationaloff

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Liquidator A:
Mr. Ikins Clarke
Deloitte & Touche
The Goddard Building
Haggart Hall
St. Michael, BB11059
Barbados

Email: [email protected]

Liquidator B:
Ms. Joan “Betty” Braithwaite
Deloitte & Touche
The Goddard Building
Haggart Hall
St. Michael, BB11059
Barbados

Email: [email protected]
 

Internationaloff

Corporate Services
Business Angel
Dear XXXXX

Thank you for your correspondence.

By an order dated 24 August 2018, the High Court of Justice of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines has appointed Mr. lkins Clarke and Ms. Joan "Betty" Brathwaite of Deloitte, The Goddard Building, Haggatt Hall, St Michael, Barbados as Joint Liquidators of the Company (the “Liquidators”) pursuant to the International Business Companies Act Chapter 149 of the Revised Laws of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 2009 (hereinafter referred to as "the Act"),

The Joint Liquidators have assumed control of the affairs of the Company and are responsible for assessing the financial position of the Company and reporting their findings to the Court within 30 days of the date of the appointment.

Upon completion of this assessment, we will be in a better position to determine amounts owed and review possible distribution plans. Due to the complex nature of Loyal Bank’s operations, including its significant cross border holdings, it is difficult to estimate timelines at this point.
 
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