Friday October 30, 2020

Tom Lyons on the IBRC Commission: Because we’re worth it?

Mike Aysnley thinks the IBRC Commission could end up costing €100 million. But even that figure may be on the low side

11th March, 2018

It is now 999 days since the state decided to set up the IBRC Commission, to look into significant debt writedowns, interest rates and anything else considered of public interest that happened in the former Anglo Irish Bank after it was nationalised.

Last Friday was the 45th sitting day of the commission, which is still not even close to finishing its first module, an investigation of the sale of infrastructure utility Siteserv to the businessman Denis...

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