Πέμπτη, 31 Μαρτίου 2016

African Bank

Ευτυχώς. Αυτή τουλάχιστον, την γλύτωσε. Με τι άλλες όμως, τι θα γίνει ; 
Με τις άλλες που δεν έχουν ούτε έπιπλα, για να πουλήσουν να δω τι θα γίνει. Ευτυχείτε Χριστιανοί και πασΤόκοι.

African Bank Limited (ABL), commonly referred to as African Bank, is a commercial bank in the Republic of South Africa. It is licensed as a "locally-controlled bank" by the Reserve Bank of South Africa. The bank is a subsidiary of its holding company called African Bank Investments Limited (Abil). The bank's headquarters are located in Midrand, South Africa. With effect from 16:00 on 10 August 2014 African Bank has been placed under curatorship by the South African Reserve Bank

In August 2013, African Bank Investments said it would sell its furniture unit and raise cash in a rights offer. One
year later, in August 2014 the bank was split into a “good bank” and a “bad book” by the central bank after announcing that it needed at least 8.5 billion rand ($553 million) to avoid bankruptcy. In March 2016 the bank was granted a new banking license and announced that starting in April, it will offer aditional financial products and services and the expansion of retail deposits from 2017. By the third quarter of that year it plans to offer transactional banking, and direct deposit of wages into customer's accounts. The bank stated that it into their will restart its operations with 10 billion rand of equity and 24 billion rand of cash.