Irish Angry Over RBS Toxic Asset Dumping Plan

Irish government officials reportedly are angered over plans by Royal Bank of Scotland to dump its toxic assets in Ireland through its Ulster Bank unit.

  • 23 Nov 2009
Irish government officials reportedly are angered over plans by Royal Bank of Scotland to dump its toxic assets in Ireland through its Ulster Bank unit. Stephen Hester, RBS ceo, is expected to file an application to join Ireland’s National Asset Management Agency, a move that Irish officials say ...

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