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No early end to tech crisis at Ulster Bank

The Central Bank is to seek answers from Ulster Bank, as the problems that have blighted the bank's computer systems spread to more customers this weekend.

23rd June, 2012

The Central Bank is to seek answers from Ulster Bank, as the problems that have blighted the bank's computer systems spread to significantly more customers this weekend.

The bank initially said that just 100,000 people had been affected, but that figure has now been revised significantly upwards as it works its way through the backlog. The bank has 1.9 million customers on the island of Ireland.

As delays look likely to continue beyond Ulster Bank's initial target...

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