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British law firm to tackle Ulster Bank on behalf of Irish debtors

Manchester firm of solicitors has already liaised with almost 30 Irish borrowers

13th November, 2016
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The British law firm that brought RBS to its knees will hit Ulster Bank with a demand for tens of millions of euro for Irish debtors whose businesses were put into the lender’s controversial internal bad bank.

Berg, the Manchester firm of solicitors which represented many businesses that had their debts moved into Global Restructuring Group (GRG), RBS’s bad bank, has already liaised with almost 30 Irish borrowers who owe the bank tens...

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