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Anglo report: more questions than answers

While Brian Lenihan has said that Anglo Irish has a future, there are still other issues to be cleared up. Richard Curran reports

21st February, 2009

The long-awaited Anglo Irish Bank annual report was bi l led as drawing a line under the old Anglo and ushering in the new. Minister for Finance Brian Lenihan said the publication of the accounts ‘‘concludes a regrettable chapter in the history of Anglo Irish Bank’’.

While Lenihan was keen to emphasise how the transparency in the accounts marked a departure which would put the bank on the road to new...

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