Tuesday January 28, 2020

IBRC probe to miss another deadline as costs tick up

25th November, 2018
The Department of the Taoiseach, which is responsible for the commission, has said previously that it expected it to report on the first module of its investigation, which is only into the Siteserv transaction, on December 31 of this year.

The commission of investigation into Irish Bank Resolution Corporation (IBRC) is set to continue hearing evidence well into 2019, ensuring it will miss yet another reporting deadline.

Some 1,235 days after Mr Justice Brian Cregan was appointed to lead the commission, it has not stated publicly that it has finished interviewing all potential witnesses.

Last Friday was day 148 of its ongoing hearings.

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