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Public Accounts Committee wants to grill HSBC

1st March, 2015

Britain’s largest bank, HSBC, will be invited to the Dáil’s most powerful committee to be grilled over concerns that it helped high-net-worth Irish citizens dodge tax.

The bank will be asked to attend alongside officials from the Revenue Commissioners, who will be compelled to attend the Public Accounts Committee (PAC).

HSBC has been at the centre of a multibillion euro tax evasion scandal since the publication of documents last...

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