Friday December 6, 2019

Banking inquiry: key files removed and redacted

The documents were originally sourced from the Oireachtas

24th January, 2016
At least two documents have been removed Pic: Rollingnews

Key documents relating to the financial collapse, including the government’s deposit guarantee scheme, have been purged from the volumes set to be published alongside the banking inquiry’s final report.

It is understood that at least two Central Bank documents relating to key issues, and implementation of the guarantee scheme, were removed by the inquiry’s legal team.

The deposit guarantee scheme was originally introduced to protect deposits of up to...

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