Ulster Bank says no decision has been taken yet on whether its Irish operations will be wound down
The Finance Minister says he's concerned about the ongoing speculation about the bank's future.
The parent company of Ulster Bank, Nat West says it had a constructive meeting and an important discussion with the Minister for Finance today.
The bank added its priority is to continue to focus on supporting colleagues in serving customers in these difficult times.
Stephen Murphy has this report for RedFM News
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