Yes, I know it's the same firm. But, somehow, Ulster Bank was hit harder than the rest of the organisation. People here were without access to their accounts for a month. Even now, in late September, client firms are still trying to sort out the damages to their accounts.
I think the procedural details need to go public so that the public can know the risks. Such information will not have any customer details, but it will tell the customers' vendors that they still have sound customers even if the bank's not.
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