Banks in UK and Ireland take more steps to escape grip of 2008 crisis

October 2012
EG: Estates Gazette;10/20/2012, Issue 1242, p48
Trade Publication
The article reports on the steps taken by banks in Great Britain and Ireland to recover from the 2008 financial crisis. British bank RBS has left the government's Asset Protection Scheme after it spent 163.2 billion British pounds for its participation without making a single claim. Irish bank Permanent TSB, on the other hand, plans to outsource the management of its entire commercial loan book to specialist Certus.


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