Bulgaria’s prosecutor’s office said on February 22 that it has finished its investigation into the events that led to the collapse of the Corporate Commercial Bank (CCB) in 2014, indicting […]
All Bulgarian lenders met minimum regulatory requirements on capital adequacy ratios in the first sector-wide asset quality review concluded earlier t ...
The Avionams aircraft repair plant in the southern Bulgarian town of Graf Ignatievo, privatised in 2008, is back in state hands and in future all Bulg ...
The investigation against former Corporate Commercial Bank (CCB) majority shareholder Tsvetan Vassilev found evidence of an organised crime group oper ...
A court in Serbian capital Belgrade has ruled to extradite Tsvetan Vassilev, former majority shareholder in insolvent Corporate Commercial Bank (CCB), the Bulgarian National Television (BNT) reported on June 9, […]
Companies directly or indirectly linked to Tsvetan Vassilev, majority shareholder in the Corporate Commercial Bank (CCB), received an estimated 2.5 billion leva, or about 1.3 billion euro, in loans from […]
Amendments to the bank insolvency law, passed by Bulgaria’s Parliament at second reading on April 14, require receivers to make public reports of the inquests into what caused the insolvency. […]
The supreme court in Belgrade has said that it will pronounce judgment on the application by Bulgaria for the extradition of Tsvetan Vassilev, former majority shareholder in insolvent Corporate Commercial […]
A Serbian court held on April 6 the latest hearing on the extradition request lodged by Bulgarian authorities against Tsvetan Vassilev, former majority shareholder in insolvent Corporate Commercial Bank (CCB). […]
The World Bank has approved a 300 million euro loan to Bulgaria’s state deposit guarantee fund as part of a project that aims to fund’s financial and institutional capacity, the […]