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Bank of Ireland confirms the sale of Chase de Vere to AWD

Bank of Ireland confirms it has sold its subsidiary advisery firm for a total cash consideration of 30m, about 20m.

The deal is subject to regulatory approval from the FSA and is expected to complete during March 2005.

Bank of Ireland UK chief executive Roy Keenan says: “The sale of Chase de Vere is part of our strategy to focus on our core operations of business banking, consumer banking and mortgages using both the Bank of Ireland and the Bristol & West brands. In addition we are developing our joint venture with the UK post office, selling financial services products through their
extensive branch network.”


Duncan joins PPF

Alan Duncan has been appointed director of operations for the Pension Protection Fund.He joins from Invesco Pensions where he was also director of operations. Before that he worked for Fidelity where he was vice president, business development and strategic planning.He begins at the end of February and will be responsible for directing day to day […]

Ellis says pendulum is swinging towards fees

The Personal Finance Society believes the ABI’s report has opened up the fees vs.commission debate. The PFS welcomes the report, saying that the debate needed to be resurrected for the benefit of consumers.


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