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Bank Of Scotland (Ireland) To Wind Down

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The Bank of Scotland is closing its business banking operation in Ireland. Bank of Scotland Ireland (BoSI), which has an office in Belfast, will transfer its business to its parent company.

Bank of Scotland will then appoint another firm to manage the wind down of the Irish loan book, a process which could take between two and 10 years.

The bank has 150,000 customers across the island of Ireland and a loan book of 32bn euros.


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