Tuesday October 20, 2020

Lenihan is offered the possibility of a homemade solution

The emergence of a group of Irish institutional investors as potential part-funders of a recapitalisation of the Irish banks may give finance minister Brian Lenihan the option of finding ‘‘an Irish solution to an Irish problem’’.

29th November, 2008

The emergence of a group of Irish institutional investors as potential part-funders of a recapitalisation of the Irish banks may give finance minister Brian Lenihan the option of finding ‘‘an Irish solution to an Irish problem’’.

The institutions - operating under the aegis of their representative body, the Irish Association of Investment Managers (IAIM) - have said they have upwards of €2 billion available to invest, if they are presented with...

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