Sunday May 31, 2020

SBP Editorial: Headache or not, the government needs to tackle banking policy

22nd May, 2016

What is a coherent banking policy? The last week has witnessed two competing ideals for how the banking sector should operate.

On one side has been the minority government, though Michael Noonan remains the central figure. In his vision, the banks are supportive of a growing economy.

They have been repaired and now it is time the state recovers the enormous sums of money pumped into them. Only as a last resort should the state...

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