Allied Irish moves to offload €260m loan book

April 2011
EG: Estates Gazette;4/2/2011, Issue 1113, p44
Trade Publication
The article reports that Allied Irish Banks (AIB) has placed a loan book up for sale in Ireland worth 260 million British pounds, which is one of the initial moves made by a bailed-out Irish lender in order to directly offload a debt portfolio to buyers.


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