Scandal: Stanbic Bank in hot soup over Shs1 billion illegal sale of client’s properties

The Criminal Investigations Directorate (CID) of Police is investigating Stanbic Bank over illegal selling of client’s properties in Luzira.

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According to a letter to Police CID, Macdowel limited mortgaged its properties on plot 1, 3, 4, 5 and 6 closes, Luzira to Stanbic Bank Limited as security for a loan advanced in 2017. The company claims that they have since paid off the loan but the bank has declined to release its titles.

“Initially, the bank’s lawyer identified as Andrew Munanura claimed that it had sold the property by public auction after the bank advertised in the monitor and auction took place on December 6, 2019 yet there was no auction” read in part of the letter

The company claims that its properties were grabbed through an insider dealing scheme between the bank and its employees using a front called Myriad Investment Club limited. The shareholders of Myriad Investment Club limited include; Kenneth Kitungulu (Executive and head Global markets Stanbic Bank), Lawrence Kaweesa (Global Business Manager Stanbic Bank), Allan Muhinda (interests dealer Stanbic Bank), Daisy Nitwe (Treasury sales dealer Stanbic Bank).

The others are Emmanuel Rukeeba (head analytics and products Stanbic Bank), Maureen Kembabzi Katwebaze (works with Stanbic IBTC Bank Nigeria) and Thaib Lubega (Formerly Treasury Manager Stanbic Bank).

It was revealed that Kenneth Kitungulu and Daisy Nitwe signed the sale agreement as the buyer’s directors. The sale agreement was drawn by the bank’s legal department, colleagues of the buyers/ directors/ shareholders.

The agreement bears a stamp of head BPP Credit, Stanbic and signature of Denis Lugoloobi, a senior manager Credit evaluation signing for the bank.

According to section 39 (2) and (3) of the mortgage Act, sale of mortgage property by a bank to its employees, is a crime punishable for not less than 24 months in prison.

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“Stanbic conspired with its employees to grab our properties at a low price of Shs1 billion. The bank gave them opportunity and time to obtain credit from DFCU bank to finance the purchase.” Macdowel limited said adding that the agreement indicates a public auction and the sale were concluded during the #Covid-19 lockdown on  March 25, 2020.

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