BoSI continues wind-down by moving on pubs and hotel

Bank of Scotland (Ireland) has continued its aggressive stance in the hospitality market, seizing control of two more pubs and appointing a receiver to a hotel.

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Ian Kehoe

17th February, 2013

Bank of Scotland (Ireland) has continued its aggressive stance in the hospitality market, seizing control of a further two pubs and appointing a receiver to a Waterford hotel.

The bank, which is controlled by Lloyd's in London, has foreclosed on the Halfway House in Walkinstown in Dublin, as well as Caffrey's of Batterstown, a prominent pub and restaurant in Co Meath. Both properties are owned by Meath publican Gerard O'Malley.

The bank has installed management...

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