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Ulster Bank may sell more loans to reach EU bad-debt average by 2020 - Irish Times

Irish TimesUlster Bank may sell more loans to reach EU bad-debt average by 2020Irish TimesUlster Bank, which is currently selling €1.6 billion of distressed mortgages, may seek to dispose of more non-performing loans (NPLs) to reduce its bad debt level to the European Union average by the end of the decade, the company's interim chief ...and more »19-06-2018

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Ulster Bank may sell more loans to reach EU bad-debt average by 2020
Irish Times
Ulster Bank, which is currently selling €1.6 billion of distressed mortgages, may seek to dispose of more non-performing loans (NPLs) to reduce its bad debt level to the European Union average by the end of the decade, the company's interim chief ...

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