Banks reveal their hands, well sort of . . .
The country's main banks faced a grilling on Ireland's mortgage debt crisis from the Oireachtas committee on finance, public expenditure and reform.
Lenders were in the spotlight last week, with the heads of the country's main banks facing a grilling on Ireland's mortgage debt crisis from the Oireachtas committee on finance, public expenditure and reform.
For borrowers watching with hope of some clarity on their predicament, the Oireachtas meetings were a mixed bag.
Vincent P Martin, a barrister and co-founder of mortgage advocacy group New Beginning, said that the hearings highlighted the ''very different approaches being taken...
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