The regulatory authority wants the Court of Appeal to hear its appeal in 30 days’ time.
The appeal comes after the High Court dismissed NBFIRA’s bid to take control of CMB, in response to complaints from the Botswana Public Officers Pension Fund and Bona Life, which are pursuing a combined P560 million in disputed funds.
case on April 24, saying NBFIRA had failed to prove the criteria required to impose statutory management on a regulated entity.
Even as NBFIRA waits for its day in court, CMB and BPOPF are reportedly moving ahead with arbitration in the matter.
Insiders in the matter believe the arbitration will focus on a settlement amount between the two parties.
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