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SEC starts payment to customers of remaining collapsed Fund management Companies  

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Rev. Daniel Ogbarmey-Tetteh

The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has started paying locked up funds of all clients of the remaining Fund Management Companies whose licenses were revoked.

A statement from SEC explained that the partial cash bailout of up to GHS50,000 will cover all clients of the remaining affected Fund Management Companies including customers of Gold Coast Fund Management Limited (now Blackshield Fund Management Company Limited).

It added that a large number of affected clients have been sent SMS messages containing the value of their validated claims with outstanding customers to be covered shortly.

Below is the full statement

THE SECURITIES AND EXCHANGE COMMISSION PRESS RELEASE SEC/PR/004/11/2020

 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE PARTIAL CASH BAILOUT PROCESSES BEGIN PENDING THE OUTCOME OF LIQUIDATION PETITIONS

The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), acting within its mandate of protecting investors and the integrity of the securities market, wishes to inform all clients of the remaining affected Fund Management Companies whose licenses were revoked that payment processes for the Government partial bailout has begun in line with its earlier public notice on the 18th November 2020.

The partial cash bailout which involves a payment of up to Fifty Thousand Ghana Cedis (GHS50,000) will cover all clients of the remaining affected Fund Management Companies including customers of Gold Coast Fund Management Limited (now Blackshield Fund Management Company Limited).

In the end, the partial bailout being offered would result in 89% of individuals and 82% of pensioners being fully covered. Validated claims in excess of this partial cash payout amount shall be covered after the liquidation proceedings in Court, in line with the terms being applied under the bailout package for the clients of the Fund Management Companies currently undergoing liquidation proceedings.

The SEC wishes to inform the investing public that a large number of affected clients have been sent SMS messages containing the value of their validated claims with outstanding customers to be covered shortly. Interested claimants must now follow THREE simple steps (reduced from six steps) outlined in Appendix 1 to access the partial bailout in cash.

The over ten thousand clients who have already completed step one will be contacted shortly to complete the last two steps to access their payment of up to Fifty Thousand Ghana Cedis (GHS50,000) conveniently. Clients with validated claims in excess of Fifty Thousand Ghana Cedis (GHS50,000) can also opt to wait for the conclusion of the liquidation processes in court to access the full bailout package. For the avoidance of doubt, the partial bailout of GHS50,000 would be paid as cash into the bank accounts that would be opened at GCB Bank for each client. Clients would therefore be able to withdraw cash as soon as their accounts are activated as outlined in Appendix 1.

The SEC therefore appeals to all affected clients who opt for the partial bailout package to patiently follow through with all the processes and rely only on information provided by the SEC on the process. Clients who are yet to receive their Claim IDs are advised not to panic as the SMS is being dispatched in batches. The Government is committed to follow through with its bailout package for all validated claims. Requests for further information can be made by calling the dedicated bailout call center number on 0553564472/0242-439453 or by sending an email to [email protected] Alternatively, customers may visit www.bailout.rgd.gov.gh for the latest updates on the bailout situation.

This Press Release is issued pursuant to section 208(c) of the Securities Industry Act, 2016 (Act 929). By Order of the SECURITIES AND EXCHANGE COMMISSION DATED: 25th November 2020 Appendix 1: Three Easy Steps To Access The Special GH50,000 Cash Bailout Package Use the claim ID sent by SMS to accept the package at www.bailout.rgd.gov.gh. Be sure to click ‘Submit’ at the end. You will receive a text message with your AM Fund account number within a maximum of 5 working days Upload your onboarding documents (passport picture, ID document, address document, etc.) at www.gcbcapital.com.gh/bailout.

You will receive a text message within 5 business days that your money has been paid into GCB Bank account number Go to a GCB Bank branch with copies of the onboarding documents you uploaded. Your account will be activated, and you can access the cash. STEP 1 (Accept Offer) STEP 2 (Onboarding/KYC) STEP 3 (Collect Cash)

9 COMMENTS

  1. Good evening
    Am a customer with account number GMMF32285 who have not received my claim number investing with GOLD COAST FUND MANAGEMENT.
    Kindly send me my claim number through this 0244534837 or email [email protected]
    Hope to hear from you soon.
    Thank you.
    LENA OPOKU-BROWN

  2. please i have been trying to complete the bailout forms but it keeps saying account not found. keeps saying wait for ten minutes but still account not found. since yesterday
    this is my account number GCL0067463
    [email protected]

  3. I AM AGYEMANG TURKSON, a customer with GOLD COAST FUND MANAGEMENT with account number B02230 and INVESTMENT NUMBER TN-2017/150 has not received my claim ID.
    PLEASE AM still waiting for my claim ID to hit my number 0247537735. Looking forward to hear a prompt respond from you. thank you.

  4. I AM MERCY DONKOR, a customer with GOLD COAST FUND MANAGEMENT with account code GMMF33244 has not received my claim ID.
    PLEASE I am waiting for my claim ID to be received on 0540538149. Looking forward to hear a prompt responds from you. thank you.

  5. Good evening
    Grace Boahen, a customer of Gold Coast Fund Management
    Account number (3019122003505).
    Please send my claim number through 0246613252 or email [email protected]
    Hope to hear from you soon. Thanks

  6. I am Kingsley Amponsah Osei , a customer of GCFM . I have already received my SEC message but my total claim amount filed and presented is far more than the agreed and accepted validated claim received from SEC. My account number is 1414300824, Sunyani nimpong branch. Reach me on 0205941272 or email [email protected]

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