At least one part of the Royal Bank of Scotland empire still looks upon Ireland favourably.
Coutts & Co, one of the oldest private banks in the world and a subsidiary of the Scottish giant, last week bought Irish government bonds.
Niamh Wylie, a money manager at the company, said that an increase in market volatility led to an opportunity for the bank to buy Irish paper. The yield on Ireland’s 10-year bond climbed to...
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