IBRC liquidation triggers deposit guarantee scheme - Central Bank

The appointment of a special liquidator to IBRC has triggered the deposit guarantee scheme for the remaining depositors at the former Anglo Irish Bank, the Central Bank said in a statement.

7th February, 2013
Depositors do not need to take any action and the Central Bank will make payments directly by cheque where applicable, it said.

The appointment of a special liquidator to IBRC has triggered the deposit guarantee scheme (DGS) and the eligible liabilities guarantee for the remaining depositors at the former Anglo Irish Bank, the Central Bank said in a statement this morning.

The Central Bank will arrange the repayment of duly verified and eligible deposits, up to a limit of €100,000 per person, to eligible depositors at IBRC, it said.

Depositors do not need to take any action...

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