Central Bank governor Patrick Honohan, who steps down from the role tomorrow, has said the remaining backlog of mortgage arrears is his biggest regret.
Speaking to reporters at a debt workshop organised by the Nevin Economic Research Institute (NERI), Honohan said that solving the mortgage arrears crisis quickly was something he had been very anxious to do.
Honohan said in his time as governor wanted to expedite situations in which “the triage between people where...
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