Irish Bank Resolution Corp. is involved in discussions on wider restructuring within the Irish banking system, Chief Executive Officer Mike Aynsley told reporters today in Dublin.
“Unless these banks get in a profitable’ position, they’re ‘‘not going to be able to provide credit,” he said.
Irish authorities are considering moving some bad mortgage loans and tracker loans out of Allied Irish Banks Plc (ALBK) and Irish Life & Permanent Plc, which was once the biggest mortgage lender, according to four people with knowledge of the discussions. The loans may be moved to IBRC, the people said.
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