Irish Bank Looks for Pot of Gold Among Foreign Exchange Trades


DUBLIN--A few years ago, the Irish made a killing in butter with Kerrygold, so now they are moving into the on-line foreign exchange trading business with Tradergold.

Ulster Bank is set to launch the country’s first web-based forex trading service for corporate clients next month using that brand name. The first 10 corporate customers in Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland will be brought on-line by the middle of May.

Ulster Bank, part of the Royal Bank of Scotland, says its customers

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