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Government paid €57m for advice on Anglo Irish Bank

The government has paid almost €57 million for advice on how to deal with Anglo Irish Bank.

1st January, 2011

The government has paid almost €57 million for advice on how to deal with Anglo Irish Bank.

This included €18.8 million paid to outside consultants for reports into how to restructure the bank and a further €16.7 million for a review of Nama related issues at the bank. Minister for Finance Brian Lenihan also commissioned a report costing €9.3 million into ‘legacy issues’ at Anglo, while a study on ‘management liability’ cost €7.4 million....

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