Ulster Bank to pay dividends to RBS
Bank made a payment of €1.5 billion last month
Ulster Bank intends to make regular dividend payments to its parent company, the Royal Bank of Scotland, as the lender continues to recover.
The bank last month made a payment of €1.5 billion to RBS. At an investor event in London last Friday, chief executive Gerry Mallon said Ulster intends to return more of the capital it has received now that the bank has returned to profitability.
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