Oireachtas banking inquiry

Sir, – Have we all gone mad? We know that the banking inquiry is a futile exercise. And still we(...)

Greek prime minister Alexis Tsipras: argues that Greece is now front-page news and has been presented in “a positive light”. Photograph: Kostas Baltas/Reuters

(...) finance minister Yanis Varoufakis could face criminal charges about plans to establish a parallel banking(...)

Fintan Drury will tell the committee Anglo’s board acted appropriately when it learned of the large stake Seán Quinn had built in the institution up to 2008. File photograph: Frank Miller/The Irish Times

(...) the institution as soon as it became aware of it, the Oireachtas banking inquiry is to hear on(...)

Ethna Tinney, former independent non-executive director at EBS arriving at the banking inquiry. Photograph: Gareth Chaney Collins

(...) the lads thinking? Wouldn’t you think the banking hotshots might have noticed the clue in her name(...)

A belated act of atonement

Ireland’s international banking reputation. Jeremy Masding, the bank’s chief executive since January 2012(...)

Ciarán Lynch: Mario Draghi blamed comments by the inquiry chairman  for the withdrawal of the offer. Photograph: Martin Leissl/Bloomberg

Fresh divisions have erupted between the Oireachtas banking inquiry and the European Central Bank(...)

Barclays’ new executive chairman sought to stamp his mark on the bank on Wednesday by accelerating the sale of assets and cost cutting, after the grou(...)

Former Green Party leader John Gormley at the Banking inquiry on Wednesday.

Former leader of the Green Party John Gormley has told the Oireachtas banking inquiry that the(...)

Former tanáiste Mary Harney said the government should have asked harder questions and dug deeper than it did in the lead up to the banking crash. Screengrab: Oireachtas

(...).” Ms Harney was speaking before the Oireachtas banking inquiry with former Green Party leader John(...)

Former non-executive director of the EBS Building Society Ethna Tinney.

September 2008 to in effect yield the sovereignty of this country in order to shore up a banking system that(...)