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Global Banking News - 30 November 2012

The Azerbaijan Deposit Insurance Fund has admitted that it is facing problems confirming the deposits of the majority of Iranian customers of Royal Bank, which was recently closed and declared bankrupt.

An official said that 90 percent of Iranian customers lack adequate documentary confirmation of their deposits in the bank. One of the reasons is that the citizen identification number in the passports of Iranian citizens changes when the passports are replaced. This has lead to a mismatch between the ID numbers recorded by the bank and the numbers being produced by the customer.

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