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Back in the early days of the banking crisis, Irish Life & Permanent regularly presented itself as the natural "third force" in Irish banking.
From pillar to post
Back in the early days of the banking crisis, before finance minister Michael Noonan devised his so-called "pillar strategy"”for the survival of Bank of Ireland and AIB, Irish Life & Permanent regularly presented itself as the natural "third force" in Irish banking. Every few months talk of a new potential merger would arise, usually involving either EBS or Anglo Irish Bank, but none of the plans was ever consummated, leaving IL&P...
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