Today, the Hague Arbitral Tribunal made public its final decision regarding the mandatory withdrawal of all 72,648 shares of the Bank for International Settlements (BIS) formerly held by private shareholders.
On 8 January 2001, the Extraordinary General Meeting of the BIS had decided to restrict the right to hold shares in the BIS exclusively to central bank
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