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Registrar-General begins payment of bailout funds of first batch of investors

The Official Liquidator of Fund Management Companies, the Registrar-General has started paying off the bailout funds of the first batch of investors.

This comes after the successful validation of claims and the completion of creditor meetings of the Registrar-General with investors of the first 20 Fund Management Companies.

This was contained in a document signed by the Registrar General, Jemima Oware.

“These investors were clients of the 20 Fund Management Companies for which Liquidation Orders have been obtained and gazetted by the Official Liquidator, and whose claims were also validated by PWC, External Auditors of the Official Liquidator,” the statement read.

According to the statement, all 170 investors who had submitted redemption requests by on Wednesday October 7, 2020 make up the first installment of beneficiaries.

Mrs Jemima Oware noted that the process will continue as long as the court grants the winding up orders and the claims of the creditors are validated.

Meanwhile, the all investors who have gone through validation and have received their unique Claim I.D.’s are advised to visit to go through the account set up.

This is because the application on the www.rqd.qov.qh website is also down as a result of a temporary technical challenge at National Information Technology Authority (NlTA).

The establishment of the Fund paves way for claims of over 2,850 investors amounting to ¢563.65 million to be accessed.

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