Wednesday June 3, 2020

Banking Inquiry: What happens this week

9th May, 2015

This week, it’s the turn of the property industry to face the inquiry. Current and former Construction Industry Federation heads Tom Parlon and Liam Kelleher are due up on Wednesday.

Former Bank of Ireland chairmen Laurence Crowley and Richard Burrows (the last of the bankers who were in Government Buildings in September 2008) will appear on Thursday.

The committee will also hear from the various external auditors to the banks, with Pat Cullen of...

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