Private Citizens have petitioned Victoria Bank CEO Yogesh Pattni over money Laundering and fraud, pertaining to a litany of scandals that have been traced to Mr. Yogesh Pattni and his father Kanji Damji Pattni.
The private citizens wrote to the CEO on January 9th 2020 demanding that the CEO addresses the concerns being raised on social media but he is yet to respond to the concerns raised.
The bank has been under fire over money-laundering and fraud.
Last year, African employees at the bank were up in arms against the Asian management over racism and nepotism and secluding them to non-entities within the bank’s establishment.
According to insiders at the middle-sized commercial bank which has its offices in Upper Hill in Nairobi, the Asian managers have no respect for Africans, whom they dismiss as good for nothing.
Further reports also indicated that the hiring at the bank is also skewed in favour of the Asians, who form the bulk of the employees.
Insiders say the Asian managers conduct meetings in their vernacular despising African employees which is unnatural. According to an insider, when the Asians switch to their mother tongue, they must then be talking ill of African staff, including senior managers.
Victoria Commercial Bank was initially licensed in 1987 as a finance company and opened its doors for business in October of the same year. Their Licence was irregularly acquired as will be revealed in the next article.
Reports that the editor of this site has received indicate that the bank has been experiencing a silent bank-run and those that have their monies there risk losing everything if they don’t move their money very fast.
The bank, that is headed the Charter House Bank Limited and Chase Bank way has been given 7 days to respond to concerned customers and the way forward in a local paper or face the wrath.
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