Saturday February 29, 2020

Show trial for FF descends into farce

The shambles that is the banking inquiry will do nothing to prevent another banking and economic crash.

2nd August, 2015

I have never forgotten this cameo Celtic Tiger moment. It was coming up to one of the Christmases before the crash and I had met the young banker socially. Our small talk soon turned to what he did and he said that he was a senior loans manager in one of the major banks.

Without my prompting, he then went on to explain the immense pressure he was under to get his Christmas bonus. He...

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