Banking Inquiry week 25: No ‘Gotcha’ moment

Banking Inquiry week 25: No ‘Gotcha’ moment

There’s no smoking gun or bloody candlestick to be found by the banking inquiry – this is more like lead poisoning over many, many years

This is a column in defence of Bertie Ahern. Well, sort of.

The banking inquiry is now six months old. We are more than half way through the nexus phase. Many of the key witnesses – the regulators, bankers, politicians, civil servants, auditors, advisors and the candlestick maker – have made qualified apologies to the public.

What has the banking inquiry taught us that the public did not know already?

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