Nationwide buys £1.1bn loan portfolio from BoI

October 2011
Mortgage Strategy;10/24/2011, p1
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The article reports that the firm Nationwide has purchased 1.1 billion pound loan portfolio from Bank of Ireland (BoI). It mentions that Bank of Ireland has sold a 1.1 billion pound to residential mortgage to Nationwide in an effort to sell 10 billion pound of its non-core loan portfolios. Further it focuses on divestiture plans of BoI.


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