Replying to the Ministry of Finance on our Freedom of Information application of 8th May 2012…

letter-tiltI was trying to find out these four things –

  1. CL Financial accounts and if those are not available, the figures on which the Minister of Finance has been relying
  2. The presentation made to Members of Parliament in September 2011 to brief them prior to the debate on the Central Bank (Amendment) Bill and the Purchase of Certain Rights and Validation Bill 2011
  3. Details on the composition of the creditors of the CL Financial group, in particular EFPA holders.  I was asking who was owed money and who got paid.  That is at the centre of this issue
  4. Declarations filed by Directors and Officers of the CL Financial group under the IPLA – I have since established that those declarations are not being filed, so this pursuit is about the first three questions.  

A fuller background on all this can be read here.

This is my reply to the letter sent by the Ministry of Finance on 14th August 2012.

Stay tuned, because this is going to be a real battle to get at the truth.

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  1. #1 by Peter Anthony Gales on January 9, 2013 - 1:47 pm

    Nice summary about where you are in the process. Keep up the doggedness as it helps all of us.

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