IBRC liquidators seek debtors' views on loans

The special liquidators of the IBRC will this week begin writing to the bank's 30,000 debtors, seeking their views on how their loans should be handled.

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Ian Kehoe

29th June, 2013

The special liquidators of the Irish Bank Resolution Corporation (IBRC) will this week begin writing to the bank's 30,000 debtors, seeking their views on how their loans should be handled during the bank's rapid liquidation process.

The borrowers will be asked if they would like their loan to be sold individually, or if they would like their loan to be part of a wider portfolio.

The move is significant for the borrowers, as it will allow...

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