€590m Loss For EBS

A pre-tax loss of €590m has been reported by EBS Building Society in 2010.

The amount is seven times larger than the shortfall in 2009.

At a discount of 60.4%, the Building Society said it had transferred €836m worth of loans to NAMA. They are expected to transfer an additional €65m this year.


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