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Central Bank "not involved" in army at the ATM talks

Patrick Honohan said having the army on standby at ATM machines was “not territory the Central Bank is or was involved in”

30th October, 2015
Central Bank Governor Patrick Honohan

A variety of options were discussed when pressure came on the State’s banking system, but Central Bank Governor Patrick Honohan has said that having the army on standby at ATM machines was “not territory the Central Bank is or was involved in”.

His comments came after Taoiseach Enda Kenny told a European People’s Party conference last week that the governor of the Central Bank at one point feared the army might...

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