What Northern Bank can teach the industry


FOR aficionados of financial crime prevention, the tale of woe that former executives from the Belfast-based Northern Bank can tell is particularly representative of the new host of challenges that face the financial services industry.

Northern Bank – until recently part of the National Australia Bank Group – is the largest retail bank in Northern Ireland, with a network of 95 branches and 11 business banking centres. And over the past two years, it has become well known for a string of financial

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