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Vital crisis papers were not seen by banking inquiry

Members said revelations contained in documents would have been central to their work

31st January, 2016
Fine Gael TD Eoghan Murphy Picture: Rollingnews

Banking inquiry members did not see key documents relating to the financial crisis during their probe of the collapse, The Sunday Business Post can reveal.

The Department of Finance memos, which relate to the bailout, the structure of Nama, cash injections for Anglo Irish Bank and Ireland’s relationship with key eurozone leadership figures, were not published last week as part of the banking inquiry’s report.

Members of the banking inquiry who...

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