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Ulster Bank

Ulster Bank appeared on the structured products scene in the early 1990s at a time when the wealth market was developing in Ireland. Now, the bank is a major player in the EUR3 billion Irish market, says David Kiely, director and head of treasury and investor solutions at Ulster Bank Capital Markets in Dublin. "The returns that Ulster Bank has delivered to its structured products investors over the past couple of years have outperformed other versions of alternative investments that are

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