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EU regulators seek more bond information from Irish banks

EU securities regulators are in talks to tighten up disclosure rules governing bond issues by Irish banks in the wake of the government guarantee, to ensure that investors have greater access to information that could affect their decision to place m

29th November, 2008

EU securities regulators are in talks to tighten up disclosure rules governing bond issues by Irish banks in the wake of the government guarantee, to ensure that investors have greater access to information that could affect their decision to place money with Irish institutions.

The Committee of European Securities Regulators (CESR) contacted the Financial Regulator in recent weeks to advise that it was examining whether Irish banks and building societies would need to give more...

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