2nd February 2017
22nd July 2015 Irish News
27th June 2015
"Balances are almost impossible to get from them, also redemption figures takes an eternity. A monthly or thereabouts interest falling letter is all I have had which has a projected figure and an element of actual interest, I have never and it doesn't look likely had a proper balance showing transactions.
A good old fashioned bank statement is all I asked for. Not possible.
Apparently the balance is irrelevant, " just pay roughly what you were paying before"
They are debt collectors, but saying that I would expect them to freeze interest payments if they wanted fast repayments and reductions of outstanding loans.
Just remember that you are due them the money and they are not like any high street bank, no relationship manager will be able to assist you, if you want that kind of service go elsewhere (if you can!)."
Cerberus sub group member
27th May 2015
First Cerberus sub group meeting in Manchester.
17 NCSG members receive letters from NAB informing them that their loans have been transferred to Cerberus.
2 new enquiries from non NCSG members who have received letters from NAB.
11 Cerberus transferees join the NCSG Cerberus sub group.
11th May 2015
NCSG decides to set up a sub group for members able to scan a copy of their letter from the bank confirming that their loan has been sold to Cerberus. The sub group is private and confidential and the personal details of these members will not be revealed to members of NCSG who are not members of the sub group. A private register will be provided to all sub group members and information will be freely exchanged between them.
9th / 10th / 11th May 2015
17 members report that they have received letters from the bank informing them that their loans have been sold to Cerberus.
16th December 2014
11th December 2014
Herald Scotland announced that NAB is planning another block sale. A bundle of £1bn worth of TBLs has been offered to Cerberus and two other asset strippers, PIMCO and Car Val. Of 560 smaller loans below £2m, around two-thirds are said to be outside the heartland of the Clydesdale and Yorkshire banks.
15th October 2014
One member reports that he has received a letter from the bank informing him that his loan has been sold to Cerberus.
25th July 2014
NCSG learns that the bank has agreed to sell part of its Commercial Real Estate portfolio to Cerberus, an American company that specialises in the disposal of distressed loan portfolios. Operation Chestnut announced. 432 loans totalling £674m purchased by Cerberus for £485m (Cerberus paid 72% of the value of the loans).