Sunday May 31, 2020

First draft of banking inquiry report set to see the light of day

It comes amid heightened tensions between members of the inquiry over the content and findings of the final report

8th November, 2015
Joe Higgins who sat on the banking inquiry

The first draft of the banking inquiry’s final report is set to be made available to members this week.

It is understood that members of the investigation team, who are charged with penning the first draft of the report, are nearing completion of their task.

The members of the inquiry were asked for written submissions during the process. It will be made available to members from Saturday, it is thought.

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