AIB is considering the sale of a final batch of problem loans later this year to allow it start releasing billions of euro of excess money on its balance sheet to shareholders, after it emerged on Monday that about owner-occupier mortgages were included in its latest portfolio sale. While Permanent TSB and Ulster Bank have sold non-performing owner-occupier loans in the past year as banks come under increasing regulatory pressure to lower their bad debt ratios, this is understood that this is the first time AIB has included such loans in a portfolio sale.
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