Friday October 23, 2020

Tracker mortgage scandal a painful catalyst for change

We have heard the stories from those hit by the tracker mortgage scandal. It is now obvious that we need a radical change in the culture of Irish banking

29th October, 2017

The personal stories of people whose lives have been turned upside down by the tracker mortgage scandal have triggered renewed public and political anger. The brave individuals who told their story to the Oireachtas finance committee deserve our thanks. They gave us an insight into the very real pain and distress that this issue has caused families across Ireland. Their testimony has been the main catalyst in bringing long overdue pressure on the banks, the...

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