Bank to call time on a dozen more pubs

Bank of Scotland (Ireland) is entering the next phase of its crackdown on its pub portfolio, having appointed receivers to almost a dozen pubs in the last three weeks.

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Ian Kehoe

23rd December, 2012

Bank of Scotland (Ireland) (BoSI) is gearing up for the second phase of its crackdown on its pub portfolio, having appointed receivers to almost a dozen pubs in the last three weeks in phase one.

The British lender is expected to foreclose on more than ten properties in the coming month as it escalates its hardline stance on the pub market. The Hideout, a Dublin city centre bar, became the latest victim last week, when...

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