Filling in the blanks on Noonan’s ‘concerns’

IBRC Investigation: Three years ago, the Department of Finance raised ‘business conduct concerns’ about six specific business transactions. But what happened next?

14th June, 2015

In July 2012, the Department of Finance identified six deals that it had “business conduct concerns” about.

The Department has released extensive documentation dealing with what these concerns were. What is less well known is what became of them afterwards.

A state Commission of Investigation is now expected to spend €4 million, and at least six months, examining these deals and others under its remit.

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