Permanent TSB alters terms of Irish Nationwide accounts

Permanent TSB has written to thousands of former Irish Nationwide Building Society deposit customers to inform them of changes in the terms and conditions of their accounts.

28th May, 2011

Permanent TSB has written to thousands of former Irish Nationwide Building Society deposit customers to inform them of changes in the terms and conditions of their accounts.

Last February, Permanent TSB took over the €3.6 billion deposit book of Irish Nationwide, comprising 160,000 primarily retail customers.

The letter to customers stated that, as Irish Nationwide information was transferred onto Permanent TSB’s computer systems, there would be changes in the operation of accounts.

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