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IBRC inquiry must not cost too much and find too little

11th March, 2018

In late February, Leo Varakdar told the Dáil that the cost of the operation of the commission of investigation into the Irish Bank Resolution Corporation (IBRC) is now estimated at between €20 million and €25 million. The figure was based on the current rate of expenditure, the extended work timeframe, the risk of further delays and likely legal costs.

Varakdar informed the Dáil that, by the end of January this year, the commission...

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