Tuesday September 22, 2020

No skeletons left in the banks' closets says Brian Hayes

Ireland’s banks have “no skeletons left” and are now “well capitalised,” according to junior minister at the Department of Finance Brian Hayes.

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Ireland’s banks have “no skeletons left” and are now “well capitalised,” according to junior minister at the Department of Finance Brian Hayes.

“After all the pain we have gone through, we certainly wouldn’t let the Irish banks fail now,” Hayes said in a speech reported on Bloomberg. “I know there has been a large outflow of corporate deposits from Irish banks in recent years. Now is the time to...

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