Saturday July 4, 2020

The Anglo horror show continues

Vital decisions must be made by the European Commission and our government on the future of Anglo – and of our banking sector as a whole

29th May, 2010

We have come a long way from the ‘business as usual’ mantra that Taoiseach Brian Cowen applied to Anglo Irish Bank shortly after the doomed bank was nationalised in January 2009.

This weekend, the extent to which Anglo has deviated from ‘business as usual’ will become clear - at least to the European Commission - as the bank submits its updated restructuring plan for the commission’s approval.

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