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Depositors of defunct peak merchant bank to get liquidation dividend – NDIC

The Nigeria Deposit Insurance Corporation NDIC says it is set to pay the first liquidation dividend to depositors of the defunct peak merchant bank The…

The Nigeria Deposit Insurance Corporation NDIC says it is set to pay the first liquidation dividend to depositors of the defunct peak merchant bank

The Corporation made the disclosure yesterday in a statement by the Director Communication and Public Affairs Department, Mr. Bashir Nuhu.

The statement reads: “As the official Liquidator of the failed Banks in Nigeria, the Nigeria Deposit Insurance Corporation (NDIC), in line with its mandate wishes to inform the depositors & ex-staff (deposits) of defunct Peak Merchant Bank that it has concluded preparations to pay their first liquidation dividend. 

“The verification exercise would enable depositors of the defunct bank to cross-check and ascertain their account information as well as balances with the bank as at closure. 

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We enjoin all eligible stakeholders of the defunct bank to visit any NDIC offices or visit NDIC Website  for verification of their claims commencing from Monday, 18th September to 16th October, 2023 while the duly completed verification forms can also be sent to the Corporation’s email address,” NDIC said.

 

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