Profits have risen at UK Asset Resolution, the company set up by the Treasury to take on the unwanted mortgage book from Northern Rock and Bradford & Bingley.
ITV News Business Editor Joel Hills is following developments.
Bad bank doing rather well. UKAR (N Rock + B&B's unwanted mortgage book) posts profit of £1,259m for year to 31 March 2014, up £186m.
The total number of NR and B&B mortgage accounts three or more months in arrears fell 39% to 15,483 in last 12 months.
93% of UKAR's 529,000 mortgage accounts up-to-date with payments. Thanks to "more positive housing market and improving economic outlook".
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