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IMF is latest to snub banking inquiry

1st February, 2015

The role of eurozone partners in the decision not to impose burden sharing on senior unguaranteed bondholders in Irish banks will take centre stage at the banking inquiry as it moves into its second phase in April.

In addition to burden sharing, a core aim of the inquiry during the spring will be to examine the “nature and appropriateness” of the relationship between the banks and the financial regulator.

The inquiry is also...

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