What good are laws if no one will enforce them?

The single largest problem in combatting white-collar crime in Ireland has virtually nothing to do with our laws, and everything to do with enforcement.

13th July, 2014

The single largest problem in combatting white-collar crime in Ireland has virtually nothing to do with our laws, and everything to do with enforcement.

The extent of potential white-collar crimes that are being committed by our financial service industry in Ireland was laid bare by responses given to me in parliamentary questions to the Minister of Finance and Justice in the past number of weeks.

A total of 689 reports were sent by Central Bank...

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