The Irish banking industry is on the brink of a structural transformation. Earlier this month, Britain’s NatWest banking group confirmed that it was undertaking a strategic review of its ownership of Ulster Bank, this country’s third-largest high street bank. Among the options being considered are a merger of Ulster Bank with another Irish bank or winding it down entirely.
NatWest’s initiative is understandable. Known until recently as Royal Bank of Scotland,...
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