PM HARRIS COMMENDS ECCB FOR APPROVING MORATORIUM TO ALL FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS

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So far, 2137 persons within the Federation of St. Kitts and Nevis have applied and been approved for the moratorium on mortgage value of $455.6 million said the Prime Minister.

The Prime Minister highlighted that this moratorium which was on the repayments of loans (principal and interest) ended on September 30 but will be extended for another six month period starting October 1.

He further highlighted that “In addition to the deferral of payments, a waiver of late fees and charges will be applicable to qualified customers during this period.”

“Going forward the loan repayment deferral programme (moratorium) will be based on an assessment of the financial condition of customers,” said the Prime Minister with responsibility for Finance.

 “Each member bank will advise its customers of the details and processes for the support programme,” he said.

A moratorium period is a time during the loan term when the borrower is not required to make any repayment.

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