Thursday February 27, 2020

Ten questions about the IBRC inquiry

Just what is Minister for Finance Michael Noonan trying to find out about IBRC, how will his investigation work and when will it all end?

Ian Guider

Markets Editor

@ianguider
7th June, 2015

1 What about the other banks? Surely they must have written off debt for some borrowers?

IBRC chief executive Mike Aynsley told this newspaper in April that he is happy to cooperate with any investigation, but wants AIB and Nama loan write-offs to be reviewed too. There’s no doubt that those institutions have written off debt but there is absolutely no indication of anything untoward going on.

That’s true of IBRC too as Minister...

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