Thursday June 4, 2020

Ulster CEO says bank is "looking at compensation"

UPDATE: "We want to make sure they are not out of pocket .... we are looking at compensation as well, we're still working it through."

4th July, 2012
Most Ulster customers should have a normal service by July 16th.

Ulster Bank chief executive Jim Brown said the bank was exploring ways of compensating customers for the disruption they have suffered through a technical breakdown.

"Right now we're starting to make good progress clearing the backlogs," he told RTE News, adding that he was confident services would be back up by July 16th.

"We want to make sure they [customers] are not out of pocket .... we are looking at compensation as well, we're still...

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