The outgoing chief executive of Ulster Bank has said that mortgage interest rates could fall if the Irish banking system was cleared of non-performing loans.
Gerry Mallon said there was a correlation between the current level of interest rates and the fact that Irish banks were still dealing with customers who had not engaged on mortgage arrears.
“If a mortgage system is low risk to the banking system, that allows it to be low cost....
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