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Bank of Ireland bid for Ulster

Bank of Ireland is in talks with Irish Life and Permanent on making a joint bid for Ulster Bank, according to the Financial Times.


Offers have been invited by Wednesday for Ulster Bank by parent company NatWest.


The move comes as NatWest fights a hostile £22bn takeover bid from Bank of Scotland.


Analysts value Ulster at £1.7bn.


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