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Brexit effects widen Bank of Ireland pension deficit

Bank says outcome has hit currencies and bond yields

14th July, 2016
Bank of Ireland update on Brexit fall-out Pic: RollingNews.ie

Bank of Ireland says the fall-out from the outcome of Britain's referendum on EU membership has led to an increase in its pension deficit.

The statement said Bank of Ireland traded in line with expectations in the first six months of this year, with asset quality continuing to improve.

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