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Bank of Ireland puts finishing touches on recapitalisation plan

Bank must send plan forward to the Financial Regulator before the end of the year.

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BANK OF IRELAND is pushing to make up €2.2bn in recapitalisation funds required by the end of February and is expected to finalise a fund-raising plan this week, according to the Sunday Times.

The bank, which raised €700m for its capital reserves through a debt swap deal with bond investors last week, aims to raise up to €1.5bn from private investors and the state.

The plan will be submitted to the Financial Regulator before the end of 2010, according to the Times.

€35bn of Ireland’s overall €85bn IMF/EU bailout package has already been earmarked to support Irish banks. The state’s recapitalisation of BOI will make it the bank’s majority shareholder.

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