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Hundreds of ‘mis-selling’ claims alleged by ex-Anglo clients

1st March, 2015

Hundreds of former Anglo Irish Bank clients have made claims regarding alleged mis-selling and fraud issues ahead of a cut-off date set down by the former toxic bank’s special liquidators.

Borrowers, investors and advisors have been advised that they have until March 31 to submit claims related to two types of alleged mis-selling that it has been alleged occurred at the bank. To date, the number of claims submitted is in the hundreds.


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