Last edited: Aug 10, 2017 Strong results for KBC Ireland today. This is all I see so far in the news: KBC Bank Ireland said it has continued to reduce its stock of impaired loans as it reported that net profit for the first six months of the year nearly doubled to €173.1m after tax and impairments, when compared with the first half of 2016 (€99.4m). The lender's stock of impaired loans fell by 16% to €5.1 billion over the period, while it said its tracker mortgage review is ongoing. KBC Bank Ireland CEO Wim Verbraeken said the bank has reached out to customers "who were not on the right rate" to address the situation. Has anyone here "been reached out to"?