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Developers to be grilled at banking inquiry to explain actions in boom

High profile property developers will be summoned before the banking inquiry to explain their actions and business activities during the boom, despite concerns among backroom staff at the committee that there is insufficient evidence to compel the bu

8th March, 2015
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Peter Bacon gave short shrift to certain questions at the inquiry Picture: Tony O’Shea

The decision to force individual property developers to attend and give evidence comes after committee members faced down a plan to allow the developers’ representative organisations appear instead of the builders, many of whom had loans transferred into the state’s bad bank Nama.

The investigation team which is backing up the inquiry wanted to refrain from inviting developers unless they were specifically named in the course of committee hearings, a reaction which...

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