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NCA chief voices concern over banking competition

The head of the National Consumer Agency (NCA) has said that falling competition in the banking sector is ‘‘of great concern’’ and is moving to boost competition between banks.

29th May, 2010

The head of the National Consumer Agency (NCA) has said that falling competition in the banking sector is ‘‘of great concern’’ and is moving to boost competition between banks.

With Halifax closing its Irish branch network and Postbank also winding down, consumers have fewer options for day-today retail banking, according to NCA chief executive Ann Fitzgerald. ‘‘The lack of competition in banking is of great concern,” she said.

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