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Credit Suisse study says securitisation would be good for Bank of Ireland

31st December, 2014

Bank of Ireland could more than double its new lending by bundling its loans and trading them in a process known as securitisation, a Credit Suisse study shows.

The Swiss bank released a research note last week focused on the landscape for European banks in the aftermath of the Europe-wide asset quality review, the results of which were published last October.

In the note, the finance house said that Bank of Ireland would be one...

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