Monday February 17, 2020

People of influence, people of blame

The property bubble and subsequent bank bailout had devastating results for this country. It is time we were told exactly who was responsible

14th March, 2015
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Gavin Sheridan

It’s now more than six years since Ireland made a decision which would have devastating consequences on its people. Yet amazingly, after so much time has passed, we still know relatively little about how the crisis came about, and who exactly was responsible.

Today The Sunday Business Post names names around tens of billions of euro lent to a very small, but influential, group of people during the property bubble. These names and...

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