Financial Services Ombudsman Bill Prasifka said he expected difficult cases involving customers to arise from the chaos at Ulster Bank.
Speaking on RTE's Morning Ireland programme, he emphasised that people should first approach Ulster Bank with any complaints about the failure of IT systems at the bank, which has still not been rectified.
So far his own office had received no more than a handful of complaints from Ulster Bank customers, he said, but it...
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