The Irish Examiner – Looming banking crisis over jobs and competition as Ulster Bank owner set to decide its future

Published in the Irish Examiner, February 16 2021.

Article written by Eamon Quinn.

Eamon Quinn writes about the impending decision by Ulster Bank on its future in the Irish marketplace. Featuring head of EU and competition, Ronan Dunne, who comments on the potential competition implications of the bank leaving the Republic.

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