Hague Arbitral Tribunal decision on BIS shares

Final decision of the Hague Arbitral Tribunal on the withdrawal of privately held shares of the BIS, announced on 22 September.

Source: BIS

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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