Tuesday April 7, 2020

Dutch bank to launch assault on Irish market

Rabobank, the Dutch financial services giant that owns ACC, is plotting a full-scale assault on the personal banking market in Ireland.

30th April, 2005

Rabobank, the Dutch financial services giant that owns ACC, is plotting a full-scale assault on the personal banking market in Ireland.

The new lending entrant is the third - and likely to be the final - credible challenger to take on the big two major banks in the Republic, AIB and Bank of Ireland.

The profits generated by the big banks in Ireland are among the highest in Europe.

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