Tuesday May 26, 2020

Spotlight falls on those at the wheel during crisis

Author of initial crisis report lets ECB off the hook for banking collapse but some remain to be convinced

25th January, 2015
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As the banking inquiry moves into its third week, the vista for a cast of central bankers, politicians and regulators is becoming increasingly grim. This was always likely to be the case, but the fact that the protagonists in question are Irish rather than of a European hue will be causing sleepless nights for many.

While the wider, global context for the collapse is ever present, week after week the failings of those nominally in...

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