Thursday July 2, 2020

Irish banks must tell the truth if they are to regain our trust

Banks are paying for the abuse of belief and trust with the loss of credibility in the fiduciary system.

1st November, 2008

Banks are paying for the abuse of belief and trust with the loss of credibility in the fiduciary system.

Today, thousands of us will go to Mass or church service. For Irish Catholics and Protestants, the central pillar of both ceremonies is the Creed. In the Creed, which in the Catholic Church and Church of Ireland is exactly the same, we profess our belief in something. In both faiths, the Creed begins with the words,...

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