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Pressure on to finalise Bank of Ireland deal

The US investment groups seeking to invest in Bank of Ireland will be prevented from taking a majority shareholding in the bank and may also face restrictions on cashing in their investment for at least five years in return for government support for

22nd November, 2008

The US investment groups seeking to invest in Bank of Ireland will be prevented from taking a majority shareholding in the bank and may also face restrictions on cashing in their investment for at least five years in return for government support for the deal, The Sunday Business Post has learned.

The approach to Bank of Ireland from US private equity groups, including JC Flowers and Carlyle, will be the first element of a radical...

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