A moving argument for dealing with our troublesome banks

When is a bad bank not a bad bank?

12th March, 2011

When is a bad bank not a bad bank?

When it is a ‘‘non-core’’ bank, of course.

The proposal by AIB and Bank of Ireland to deal with the shrinkage in their balance sheets is to split their operations into core and non-core sections, with the intention of gradually disposing of the noncore bit.

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