B Of A Starts Moving Irish Trades To U.K.

Bank of America has begun transferring more than USD50 billion of its Dublin-based derivatives business to its U.K. unit.

  • 28 Jan 2013

Bank of America has begun transferring more than USD50 billion of its Dublin-based derivatives business to its U.K. unit. With the move, the bank is expected to enjoy tax benefits from accumulated losses in the London business and is part of its effort to simplify its structure.

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