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COMMENT: Bank of Ireland's capital challenge

The Basel III capital rules, due to be implemented next year, will be very tough on Bank of Ireland, writes Jon Ihle

13th November, 2012
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Jon Ihle

Bank of Ireland's interim management statement this morning was a generally positive update on the bank's gradual return to normality, but it also contained a worrying health warning on its capital outlook.

The bank, which is 15 per cent owned by the state, is making progress in a lot of key areas.

Today's statement says net interest margins are improving as the bank has managed to cut deposit rates and reprice loans - controversially including standard...

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