Friday December 6, 2019

Ian Guider: The secret documents the banking inquiry revealed

Startling new facts about what was going on behind the scenes

Ian Guider

Markets Editor

31st January, 2016
Jean-Claude Trichet arrives at the banking inquiry Pic: Feargal Ward

Alongside the release of the banking inquiry’s final report has come a treasure trove of secret government documents, confidential bank board meetings minutes, memos, letters and notes swapped between the major players in the run up to and during the financial crisis that led up to bailout. They reveal startling new facts about what was going on behind the scenes in the banking sector and how key individuals responded to events.

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