The Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS) is expecting to make further payments to Keydata investors from Lifemark recoveries after reviewing the case.
The FSCS made the announcement on Wednesday after the trustee of Lifemark, the Luxembourg fund that underpinned a series of Keydata policies, had received clarification from the court on how to proceed with the pay-out.
The FSCS said in a statement: "The trustee has recently received clarification from the court, and FSCS is now reviewing the amounts it has paid to affected claimants.
"As a result, further balancing payments may be due to most, if not all, of the affected claimants. Future distributions from the trustee will be calculated using the method specified by the court."
The payments will add to the amounts paid out in September, which compensated the majority of FSCS claimants with Lifemark losses of more than £30,000.
Investors then received up to 6.5% of their compensatable loss from money recovered in the sell-off of assets underpinning the Lifemark bonds.
However, there are still claimants who haven't yet received any money at all.
The FSCS said claimants who haven't yet been compensated, due to the "complex nature of the calculations" are likely to receive payments during November.
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