Ian Guider: We have never been serious about tackling financial wrongdoing
The scandal involving the venerable stockbroker reminds us that, in most cases of economic wrongdoing, there are no real consequences for those who gain unfairly
Since the news of the Central Bank’s €4.1 million fine of Davy Stockbrokers first broke earlier this month, a number of questions have been asked about the scandal. Was this really the only transaction involving a group of insiders profiting at the expense of clients? Or is it typical of how people behave in the industry?
We may soon find out the answer to the first of those questions, following the appointment of...
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Review of Davy can investigate staff trades prior to Anglo bond deal
Trades carried out prior to the controversial ‘Davy 16’ deal in 2014 will be scrutinised if they appear problematic in nature