Thursday February 27, 2020

IBRC investigation is all about governance

Outcome will have implications for Ireland’s international reputation

7th June, 2015

The commission of investigation into “all transactions, activities and management decisions” at IBRC is the 11th such inquiry established since the introduction of the Commission of Investigation Act 2004.

This inquiry is arguably different from previous inquiries. The timeframe of matters under consideration concern events in the immediate past. It involves high-profile personalities from the financial, business and political worlds.

uiry is essentially about governance. The outcome of it will have implications for Ireland’s...

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