Saturday August 8, 2020

Time finally to get tough with the banks

This week, we are finally to see details of the much-discussed Nama discounts, and also to learn what rules the Financial Regulator will apply in terms of the amount of capital the banks must hold in future.

27th March, 2010

This week, we are finally to see details of the much-discussed Nama discounts, and also to learn what rules the Financial Regulator will apply in terms of the amount of capital the banks must hold in future.

We will also hear the response of the government to these two key pieces of information, which will involve the commitment of further state funds to our troubled banking sector. They will be key milestones.

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