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Parliamentary questions
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16 May 2018
P-002621-18
Question for written answer P-002621-18
to the Commission
Rule 130
Brian Crowley (ECR)

 Subject:  Regulation of vulture funds
 Answer in writing 

Irish banks are considering a number of loan sales to vulture funds as they try to reduce the number of non-performing mortgages and business loans on their books. Consumers are currently offered no protection as vulture funds are unregulated.

Has the Commission considered introducing a regulation on vulture funds which would ensure that all mortgage holders are afforded the same degree of protection?

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