Five years on, Bank of Ireland UK makes return to broker market

December 2014
Mortgage Strategy;12/10/2014, p9
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The article reports that the Bank of Ireland UK has returned to the British intermediary mortgage market on December 1, 2014 after an absence of five years.


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