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Ulster Bank to shed a further 1,000 jobs

Ulster Bank is facing up to 1,000 eventual job losses as a result of a major strategic review that is due to be published at the end of the month, when the bank's British parent, RBS Group, announces its results for 2013.

2nd February, 2014

Ulster Bank is facing up to 1,000 eventual job losses as a result of a major strategic review that is due to be published at the end of the month, when the bank's British parent, RBS Group, announces its results for 2013.

The expected staff cuts, which will come mostly from non-core parts of the bank tasked with recovering bad debts, will arise as a result of a major reorganisation of RBS, under which billions in Ulster...

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