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Ulster Bank steps up paperwork probe

Ulster Bank is moving ahead with disciplinary proceedings against staff who are the subject of a probe into alleged falsification of paperwork on bank products.

17th January, 2009

Ulster Bank is moving ahead with disciplinary proceedings against staff who are the subject of a probe into alleged falsification of paperwork on bank products. However, the Irish Bank Officials Association, which represent the staff, is threatening to call in the Financial Regulator over the matter. It centres on the issue of managers allegedly filling in or signing paperwork for a product that was sold by a bank colleague.

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