Banking Inquiry

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The Oireachtas banking inquiry committee met in private session today to discuss letters sent by Johnny Ronan and Michael O’Flynn.

The Oireachtas banking inquiry has agreed to make a number of changes to its final report after receiving correspondance from two developers. The com(...)

Property developer Johnny Ronan: says committee was engaging in a political agenda to ensure re-election of the Government.  Photograph: Bryan O’Brien/The Irish Times

Two of the Republic’s biggest property developers have threatened legal action against the Oireachtas banking inquiry’s final report. Michael O’Flyn(...)

Banking Inquiry chariman Ciaran Lynch who said the committee on Thursday had agreed and signed off on its final report. Photograph: Collins

The Oireachtas Banking Inquiry Committee has signed off on its final report following consideration of submissions from people and institutions named (...)

Banking inquiry: Outlay of over €1.8m does not include 11 legal representatives that worked with committee for past year. Photograph: The Irish Times

Twenty staff working with the Oireachtas banking inquiry earned in excess of €1.8 million in salary and expenses this year, documents released under t(...)

 David Drumm, formerly of Anglo Irish Bank: among those who will see report.  Photograph: Alan Betson

king inquiry is to receive legal advice today, confirming that the final report can be distributed to interested parties tomorrow. Senior counsel Sar(...)

Joe Higgins, left: refused to sign off on Oirecahtas banking inquiry report. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

The final report of the Oireachtas banking inquiry is expected to claim the Central Bank had a contingency plan to avoid a bank default in September 2(...)

Members of the inquiry believe the timeframe to publish the final report is still too tight. Photograph: The Irish Times

Taoiseach Enda Kenny has said he hoped the banking inquiry will publish its report in the time given to it of the end of January 2016. “The banking (...)

Clare deputy Michael McNamara said Government TDs, including those sitting on the banking inquiry, had voted in the Dáil not to allow the burning of senior bondholders. “We might not have liked it, but we did it,” he said. File photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

A Labour TD has accused members of the Oireachtas banking inquiry of “utter hypocrisy” over their recommendation that legal action should be taken aga(...)

Euro zone finance ministers are due to be briefed by Michael Noonan on the fourth post-programme surveillance mission to Dublin

Minister for Finance Michael Noonan has said he believes the banking inquiry “is progressing well” and the final report will be a “pretty good piece o(...)

Two members of the Oireachtas banking inquiry have insisted no future inquiry should be conducted under the current legislation.

Two members of the Oireachtas banking inquiry have insisted no future inquiry should be conducted under the current legislation. Fianna Fáil Senator (...)

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