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Anglo executives will be last to appear at inquiry

1st March, 2015
Economist David McWilliams has told the banking inquiry that the property and banking crash was credibly predictable and absolutely preventaabled absolutely preventable

Senior executives from Anglo Irish Bank are likely to be among the last witnesses called before the banking inquiry, although committee members are divided over the logic of pushing back testimony from former employees of the bust bank.

A list of 13 high-profile boomtime bankers was released by the inquiry last week, with no former Anglo employees named.

Sources close to the witness selection process said that legal assistants to the inquiry had flagged concerns over...

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