Paschal Donohoe, the Minister for Finance, is to meet bosses from Ulster Bank, amid increasing concerns its British parent company is prepared to offload its entire business in Ireland.
Donohoe will meet with Jane Howard, the bank‘s chief executive, and Ruairí O'Flynn, the bank’s new chairman, in the coming days.
The government has remained largely silent on the possible exit of Ulster Bank, the third-biggest bank in the country with...
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