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10th August, 2013
John Reynolds, KBC Ireland chief executive.

KBC's Irish growth at a price

Getting a bigger footprint in the Irish market is not proving cheap for KBC, according to their recent second-quarter results. They show net interest income - the gap between what the bank gets from lending compared to what it pays to get funds - down 27 per cent year on year in the second quarter to €33 million. For the first half of the year net interest income was...

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