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IBRC gravy train for the bean counters

4th May, 2014
One of the 234: Kieran Wallace of KPMG. Picture: Maura Hickey

So, just how many bean counters does it take to deliver the last rites to a bank? If the bank in question is the Irish Bank Resolution Corporation (IBRC), it would appear the answer is a whopping 234.

New information obtained by Fianna Fail reveals that some 234 staff members at KPMG have been toiling away liquidating IBRC on behalf of the state. In addition, the liquidators at KPMG are backed up by 45 primary third...

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