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  • IBRC - Information Centre
    SME Borrower Information Charges for Non Cooperating Borrowers Customer information Deposit Holders Notice FCA Interest Rate Derivatives Review UK only Unsecured Creditors Unsecured Creditors FAQs Contact us Home Repayment difficulties SME Customers SME Borrower Information Print this page Repayment difficulties Mortgage customers SME Customers SME Borrower Information Charges for Non Cooperating Borrowers Information Centre Republic of Ireland only Information Booklet for Small Medium Enterprises in or facing Financial Difficulties Code

    Original URL path: http://www.angloirishbank.ie/Repayment_difficulties/SME_Customers/ (2016-02-17)
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  • IBRC - Information Centre
    SME Borrower Information Charges for Non Cooperating Borrowers Customer information Deposit Holders Notice FCA Interest Rate Derivatives Review UK only Unsecured Creditors Unsecured Creditors FAQs Contact us Home Repayment difficulties SME Customers SME Borrower Information Print this page Repayment difficulties Mortgage customers SME Customers SME Borrower Information Charges for Non Cooperating Borrowers Information Centre Republic of Ireland only Information Booklet for Small Medium Enterprises in or facing Financial Difficulties Code

    Original URL path: http://www.angloirishbank.ie/Repayment_difficulties/SME_Customers/Information_Centre/ (2016-02-17)
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  • IBRC - Charges for Non-Cooperating Borrowers
    FAQs Contact us Home Repayment difficulties SME Customers Charges for Non Cooperating Borrowers Print this page Repayment difficulties Mortgage customers SME Customers SME Borrower Information Charges for Non Cooperating Borrowers Charges for Non Cooperating Borrowers The following fees and charges apply to SME borrowers with a credit facility Unpaid items 10 16 The following fees and charges apply to SME borrowers with instalment credit products Unpaid items 10 16 Letter

    Original URL path: http://www.angloirishbank.ie/Repayment_difficulties/SME_Customers/Charges_for_Non-Cooperating_Borrowers/ (2016-02-17)
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  • IBRC - Deposit Holder Information Notice
    duties and powers conferred upon them by the Act Eligible deposits are covered by the joint safeguards of the Deposit Guarantee Scheme DGS and or the Eligible Liabilities Guarantee Scheme ELG Eligible deposits of up to 100 000 for an individual and 200 000 for individuals with a joint account in IBRC are protected by the DGS Eligible deposits above this limit are guaranteed under the ELG Deposit Guarantee Scheme DGS There is no need to make a claim for compensation under the DGS The Special Liquidators will provide details of eligible depositors and account balances to the Central Bank Payments will be made by cheque within 20 working days of the appointment of the Special Liquidators and will be sent to depositors at the address held by IBRC In a limited number of circumstances additional information may be required to confirm eligibility In this instance a formal claim is required Depositors will be contacted but may also download relevant forms from the Central Bank website www centralbank ie Eligible Liabilities Guarantee ELG scheme To the degree that customers are fully covered by the DGS no action is required as the Central Bank will be sending out cheques for amounts up to the first 100 000 of eligible deposits To the extent that a deposit is not covered by the DGS and is covered by the ELG scheme a claim must be submitted to the NTMA Claim forms can be found on the NTMA website at www ntma ie Set Off against Borrowings A significant portion of the deposits in IBRC are held by depositors who have connected loans with IBRC The status of these deposits will be considered by the Special Liquidators in terms of the contractual arrangements applying to them To the extent that they are legally entitled

    Original URL path: http://www.angloirishbank.ie/About_us/ (2016-02-17)
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  • IBRC - Deposit Holder Information Notice
    duties and powers conferred upon them by the Act Eligible deposits are covered by the joint safeguards of the Deposit Guarantee Scheme DGS and or the Eligible Liabilities Guarantee Scheme ELG Eligible deposits of up to 100 000 for an individual and 200 000 for individuals with a joint account in IBRC are protected by the DGS Eligible deposits above this limit are guaranteed under the ELG Deposit Guarantee Scheme DGS There is no need to make a claim for compensation under the DGS The Special Liquidators will provide details of eligible depositors and account balances to the Central Bank Payments will be made by cheque within 20 working days of the appointment of the Special Liquidators and will be sent to depositors at the address held by IBRC In a limited number of circumstances additional information may be required to confirm eligibility In this instance a formal claim is required Depositors will be contacted but may also download relevant forms from the Central Bank website www centralbank ie Eligible Liabilities Guarantee ELG scheme To the degree that customers are fully covered by the DGS no action is required as the Central Bank will be sending out cheques for amounts up to the first 100 000 of eligible deposits To the extent that a deposit is not covered by the DGS and is covered by the ELG scheme a claim must be submitted to the NTMA Claim forms can be found on the NTMA website at www ntma ie Set Off against Borrowings A significant portion of the deposits in IBRC are held by depositors who have connected loans with IBRC The status of these deposits will be considered by the Special Liquidators in terms of the contractual arrangements applying to them To the extent that they are legally entitled

    Original URL path: http://www.angloirishbank.ie/About_us/Deposit_Holders_Notice/ (2016-02-17)
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  • IBRC - FCA (the successor to the FSA) Interest Rate Derivatives Review Update
    appointed as Special Liquidators of IBRC by Order of the Irish Minister of Finance on 7 February 2013 and are required under the IBRC Act 2013 the Act to carry out the special liquidation of IBRC in accordance with that Act and Ministerial Instructions provided to them As a result of the special liquidation the position of IBRC is materially different from the position it was in before 7 February 2013 particularly with regard to staff and resource availability The Special Liquidators are legally required to optimise the use of resources they do have which will continue to diminish on carrying out their duties and functions as Special Liquidators Given this situation the Special Liquidators are not in a position to carry out the review of past sales of interest rate derivative IRD products as originally envisaged As a result the Special Liquidators have advised the Financial Conduct Authority FCA the successor to the FSA of IBRC s inability to carry out this review The Special Liquidators have confirmed to the FCA that IBRC will contact the customers included in the 2012 FCA review If you received the 3 December 2012 correspondence from IBRC in relation to past sales of

    Original URL path: http://www.angloirishbank.ie/About_us/FSA_Interest_Rate_Derivatives_Review/ (2016-02-17)
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  • IBRC - Unsecured Creditors
    30 am on 31 March 2015 to send their names and addresses and the particulars of their debts or claims and the names and addresses of their solicitors if any to Mr Kieran Wallace and Mr Eamonn Richardson Joint Special Liquidators for and on behalf of Irish Bank Resolution Corporation Limited In Special Liquidation PO Box 12410 Dublin 2 Ireland and if so required by notice in writing from the

    Original URL path: http://www.angloirishbank.ie/Unsecured_Creditors/ (2016-02-17)
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  • IBRC - Unsecured Creditors
    30 am on 31 March 2015 to send their names and addresses and the particulars of their debts or claims and the names and addresses of their solicitors if any to Mr Kieran Wallace and Mr Eamonn Richardson Joint Special Liquidators for and on behalf of Irish Bank Resolution Corporation Limited In Special Liquidation PO Box 12410 Dublin 2 Ireland and if so required by notice in writing from the

    Original URL path: http://www.angloirishbank.ie/Unsecured_Creditors/Unsecured_Creditors/ (2016-02-17)
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