Those creditors with balances in their accounts opened at the wound-up joint stock company Trasta Komercbanka exceeding EUR 100,000, which is the amount of government guaranteed compensation, as well as all other legitimate creditors that have obtained the creditor status after the decision about liquidation of the bank was adopted, may file their creditor’s claims within three months after the day when the commencement of the bank liquidation process was announced in the official gazette Latvijas Vēstnesis (17 March 2016), i.e. by 17 June 2016.
The liquidator requests to indicate in the creditor’s claim the current account of the creditor in another credit institution (a member of the SEPA payment system, other than the wound-up joint stock company Trasta Komercbanka) where the funds intended for satisfaction of the creditor’s claim should be transferred. The liquidator also asks that the supporting documents enclosed with the creditor’s claim are certified according to the procedure specified in applicable regulatory enactments and submitted not later than by 17 June 2016.
Powers of attorney issued to natural persons are to be submitted only as notarized extracts or copies of notarized extracts. Where mailing of original documents is impossible, it is allowed to certify them by producing the original documents in person at 1 Palasta Street in Riga, LV-1050.
The liquidator requests that non-residents of Latvia submit originals (that are issued not earlier than 30 days prior to submission to the bank) or notarized copies of the following documents with their creditor’s claim:
The liquidator of the wound-up joint stock company Trasta Komercbanka draws your attention to the circumstance that the documents of foreign entities, the country of origin of which does not have an international agreement with the Republic of Latvia on legal assistance and recognition of notary actions (if the country that issued the documents has not joined the Hague Convention of 1961 Abolishing the Requirement of Legalization for Foreign Public Documents), are to be legalized or apostilled.
Submission of the aforementioned documents within the period specified above is the necessary condition for creditor’s claims to be accepted and considered on the merits.
Please be informed that additional information and/or documents can be requested during the process of handling creditor’s claims.
If you should have any questions, please contact the wound-up joint stock company Trasta Komercbanka by calling +371 67027751 or sending e-mail to email@example.com