Howlin says banking inquiry is now "imminent"

Public expenditure minister Brendan Howlin has said the establishment of a banking inquiry is now “imminent” following the conclusion of the Anglo trial.

30th April, 2014
Public Expenditure Minister Brendan Howlin.

Public Expenditure Minister Brendan Howlin has said the establishment of a banking inquiry is now “imminent” following the conclusion of the Anglo trial.

He said he had taken “strong note” of Judge Martin Nolan's comments yesterday in which he criticised the former financial regulator Patrick Neary.

"Somebody who has sat through every line of evidence, every word of evidence given over a protracted period, has to be taken note of," he...

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