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Bankers dancing to Paschal's tune

The five lenders all issued updates last night on the progress or otherwise they have made in identifying affected tracker customers

26th October, 2017
Investment risk and uncertainty in the real estate housing market

Contrite bankers are dancing to Finance Minister Paschal Donohue's tune over the tracker scandal, with all five of the main banks offering apologies to the public for the stress and anxiety caused by the behaviour of the lending institutions.

Donohue said yesterday evening that the government is determined that this 'disgraceful and scandalous' issue is resolved, adding: "The Irish people made extraordinary sacrifices to support the banks at the height of the financial crisis. Having...

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