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Irish Nationwide inquiry panel yet to meet

7th June, 2015

The Central Bank of Ireland has admitted it has not held a single meeting of a special inquiry panel to examine Irish Nationwide Building Society eight months after it first said it planned to set one up.

The Central Bank insisted on Friday that its investigations into the society, whose collapse cost the taxpayer €5.4 billion, remain at an “advanced stage”.

The bank had described its inquiry into the building society as at...

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