Minister for Finance Brian Lenihan is to be granted sweeping new powers to override existing legislation governing bank mergers in order to facilitate swift changes of ownership in the Irish banking sector.
Lenihan’s new powers will include the ability to waive an existing four-month waiting period that must elapse before a bank merger can take place.
Under the existing legal framework, an institution with an Irish banking licence that wants to transfer its...
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