Matches made in financial hell

It is beginning to look likely that we will have some rationalisation in the Irish financial sector, with speculation abounding as to who will ‘marry’ whom. Markets Correspondent David Clerkin reports.

20th September, 2008

It is beginning to look likely that we will have some rationalisation in the Irish financial sector, with speculation abounding as to who will ‘marry’ whom. Markets Correspondent David Clerkin reports.

Let the matchmaking begin. As some of the biggest names in global finance toppled on both sides of the Atlantic last week, shareholders and customers of Irish financial institutions have been left to wonder what’s in store for the much smaller institutions...

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