Hana Bank accepted the financial dispute mediation committee of the Financial Supervisory Service (FSS)’s mediation plan for funds whose losses have not been confirmed in relation to the Lime Fund crisis.
Hana Bank announced on the 15th that it had decided to fully accept the compensation ratio for domestic Lime funds recommended by the Financial Supervisory Service sub-team.
The Financial Supervisory Service held a subgroup meeting on the 13th and reviewed cases of incomplete sales of funds sold by Hana Bank (Lime NEW Pluto Fund). It was decided to pay 65% compensation for selling non-face-to-face.
Hana Bank said, “If the customer agrees to the compensation ratio of the ‘Lime NEW Pluto Fund’ in the case of the ‘Lime NEW Pluto Fund’ submitted to the subgroup committee, we plan to pay compensation immediately.” “We plan to do our best to ensure fair and reasonable compensation by promptly establishing the ‘Private Equity Fund Compensation Committee’ and proceeding with prompt and active compensation procedures, comprehensively considering the compensation standards of the sub-team committee and the situation of investors.”
The outstanding balance of the Lime Asset Management-related fund sold by Hana Bank is 32.8 billion won (167 accounts), and a total of 24 cases of dispute mediation have been filed. The Financial Supervisory Service plans to make voluntary adjustments as soon as possible with a compensation ratio of 40 to 80 percent in accordance with the compensation standards released this time. The compensation rate for corporate customers is 30-80%.
The Financial Supervisory Service (FSS) held a sanctions review committee against Hana Bank on the same day to ask for responsibility for the suspension of the repurchase of private equity funds, and decided on the level of disciplinary action.
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