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Banking Inquiry welcomes 'positive signals' that ECB will cooperate with committee

The Oireachtas Banking Inquiry has welcomed what it described as "positive signals" from the ECB.

23rd January, 2015

The Oireachtas Banking Inquiry, set up to look into the causes of the banking crisis, has welcomed what it described as "positive signals" from the European Central Bank that it will co-operate with the inquiry and assist it in advancing its work.

The ECB previously said that it will not send a dedicated contact person to the inquiry, despite requests, because it did not see itself as being able to take part in individual inquiries...

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