Tuesday October 20, 2020

Banking Inquiry week 15: Holding the bank bosses responsible

The Irish mindset seeks to blame the banks and not the bankers

9th May, 2015

After a while, the bankers blur into one. The sincerity of the apologies varies, as does the extent to which things are recalled and remembered. Much of the evidence has that Groundhog Day quality to it with a nod to the Honohan, Nyberg Regling and Watson reports.

There is a mindset that is stuck in Ireland pre-2008 which still seeks to blame the regulation of the past rather than to prevent the inevitable banking crises...

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