Time to start banking in the public interest
The Public Banking Forum of Ireland has been vigorously campaigning for the introduction of public and community banking to Ireland to compete with what it describes as Ireland’s totally dysfunctional pillar bank model.
Despite government commitments made to the troika, others made in the Programme for Government, and the subsequent passing of a Dáil motion calling for public and community banking, nothing has happened in the decade since the crash.
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