Ulster Bank Exceeds Celtic RMBS Buyback Target

26 Jun 2013

Royal Bank of Scotland’s Irish subsidiary, Ulster Bank, has bought back EUR1.5 billion ($1.95 billion) of Celtic Residential Irish Mortgage Securitization (CRSM) bonds, exceeding its targeted volume by around €250 million ($325.08 million).

Royal Bank of Scotland’s Irish subsidiary, Ulster Bank, has bought back EUR1.5 billion ($1.95 billion) of Celtic Residential Irish Mortgage Securitization (CRSM) bonds, exceeding its targeted volume by around €250 million ($325.08 million).

Ulster Bank used an unmodified Dutch auction for the ...

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