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Swedish debt restructuring firm eyes Irish market

Company counts Deutsche Bank and Banco Santander among its clients

10th April, 2016
Hoist Finance has further plans to expand to Ireland, Spain, Portugal and Romania

Hoist Finance, a Swedish debt restructuring firm, is gearing up to enter the Irish market as part of a major European expansion.

The company, which counts Deutsche Bank and Banco Santander among its clients, is currently in talks with the Greek central bank. It has further plans to expand to Ireland, Spain, Portugal and Romania.

The move sees Hoist partner with banks and financial institutions to restructure debt by acquiring or managing non-performing unsecured loans....

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