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Banking Inquiry week 11: Call for access to unredacted PwC report into banks

22nd April, 2015
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Geraldine Kennedy, former editor of the Irish Times, arriving at the banking inquiry Picture: Photocall

The banking inquiry is pushing to be allowed access to an unredacted version of a PwC report into the state of the banks commissioned in the aftermath of the bank guarantee by the last government.

The PwC Project Atlas report, details of which were published by this newspaper earlier this month, shows the cross-bank exposure of 22 individuals, including Sean Quinn and Derek Quinlan, which were valued at €26 billion across the covered institutions.

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