IBA wants swift action on mortgage debt

The Irish Brokers Association is urging the new government to act quickly to find a solution to Ireland’s mortgage debt crisis.

26th March, 2011

The Irish Brokers Association is urging the new government to act quickly to find a solution to Ireland’s mortgage debt crisis.

‘‘The new government doesn’t have the luxury of kicking the problem down the road like the outgoing government,” said Ciaran Phelan, chief executive of the IBA.

‘‘The crisis cannot but implode over the government’s term in office, so it has little choice but to tackle it sooner,...

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