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Dáil committee to discuss Ulster Bank debacle tomorrow

Central Bank officials will come before a Dáil committee tomorrow to discuss safeguards to mitigate technical malfunctions in the Irish financial services sector.

3rd July, 2012
Ulster Bank's Dublin headquarters.

Representatives from the Central Bank of Ireland’s financial regulation division will come before the Dáil committee on finance and the public service tomorrow to discuss safeguards in place to mitigate technical malfunctions in the Irish financial services sector.

“The major technical malfunctions at Ulster Bank, which have now entered their third week, highlight the importance of having robust and reliable systems in the financial services sector for processing transactions and dealing...

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