Decision puts Ulster Bank on notice on

The decision last week by Rabobank to finally close ACC Bank, its Irish small business and agri lender, has thrown Britain's pending decision over the fate of Ulster Bank into even sharper relief. Po

27th October, 2013
George Osborne, the British chancellor, will soon reveal the outcome of a review of RBSGetty

The decision last week by Rabobank to finally close ACC Bank, its Irish small business and agri lender, has thrown Britain's pending decision over the fate of Ulster Bank into even sharper relief.

Possibly as early as this week, British chancellor George Osborne will reveal the outcome of a review of 81 per cent nationalised RBS, Ulster Bank's parent, that could see the giant institution split into a good bank and bad bank to help...

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