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PAC may force IBRC liquidators to attend committee hearings

17th December, 2017

The Oireachtas Public Accounts Committee (PAC) is to examine the possibility of compelling the liquidators of IBRC, the former Anglo Irish Bank, to appear before it next year after they failed to attend a hearing last week.

The powerful Dáil committee is investigating concerns over the oversight of the €222 million in professional fees paid out to date for winding down the vehicle established to deal with the now defunct Anglo Irish and Irish Nationwide...

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