The public will finally be able to attend the Central Bank’s inquiry into the collapse of Irish Nationwide this week – eight years after the state guaranteed its toxic loan book.
The inquiry was established by the Central Bank last year, but it was prevented from starting its work by a series of legal challenges by the society’s former managing director Michael Fingleton and its former finance director John Stanley Purcell.
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