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Rbs 3 Year Bond Via Ulster Bank.

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Can someone explain what this means lol.

The return of your capital depends on the ability of the counterparty (Ulster Bank, a wholly owned subsidiary of RBS) to repay your money.

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Can someone explain what this means lol.

The return of your capital depends on the ability of the counterparty (Ulster Bank, a wholly owned subsidiary of RBS) to repay your money.

Every night you have money in the account you have to get on your knees at the side of your bed and pray that in the morning the Ulster bank can keep pretending it is still solvent?

(Edited because I realised my original post implied the Ulster Bank was solvent now.)

Edited by Redhat Sly

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Can someone explain what this means lol.

The return of your capital depends on the ability of the counterparty (Ulster Bank, a wholly owned subsidiary of RBS) to repay your money.

It means keep your money somewhere else

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