Since the onset of the financial crisis six years ago, the changes in the banking sector in the Anglo Saxon world have been profound. On the Celtic fringe – in Ireland and Scotland – many of the banks’ top management teams have departed. The banks themselves have been either substantially nationalised (AIB, Permanent TSB, and RBS), rescued via takeover (Bank of Scotland), scaled back (Bank of Ireland), or wound down (Anglo Irish Bank).
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