Banking Inquiry

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Senator Susan O’Keeffe, who along with Eoghan Murphy is leading a team to produce a new banking inquiry report. Photograph: James Flynn

Members of the Oireachtas banking inquiry may have to meet on Christmas Day, St Stephen’s Day and New Year’s Eve in efforts to salvage a final report.(...)

Joan Burton: “The [banking inquiry] members have devoted a huge amount of time, the chairman, Ciaran Lynch has worked very hard to be really fair to all of the witnesses, and I think it would be in everybody’s interest if we can get that report before the general election - and they have a timeline of the third week of January.” File photograph: Brenda Fitzsimon/The Irish Times

The members of the Oireachtas banking inquiry owe it to themselves and the people of Ireland to publish a report on their investigation before the Jan(...)

The Oireachtas banking inquiry is to put a special team in place in a bid to help complete its work.

The Oireachtas banking inquiry is to put a special team in place in a bid to help complete its work. The committee held an emergency meeting on Saturd(...)

Banking inquiry: Over 1,000 amendments tabled for report described as “fundamentally flawed”. Photograph: The Irish Times

The Oireachtas banking inquiry members are to hold an emergency meeting today amid fears that the work of the committee is on the verge of collapse. T(...)

Oireachtas banking inquiry chairman Ciaran Lynch. It is understood some members of the inquiry are deeply unhappy with the wording of the final report.  Photograph: Gareth Chaney/Collins

Members of the Oireachtas banking inquiry have heavily criticised its final report labelling it “weak” and “incoherent”. The Dáil committee investigat(...)

Oireachtas  banking inquiry chairman Ciaran Lynch  at Leinster House, Dublin. File photograph: Gareth Chaney/Collins

The Oireachtas banking inquiry is to publish its final report by January 20th, 2016. Members of the Oireachtas committee were told on Wednesday that a(...)

 A  statement to the Oireachtas banking inquiry  said the Central Bank misled the public about the frail state of Ireland’s financial system in the run-up to the crash.  Photograph:  Matt Kavanagh

Former Central Bank director general Liam Barron decided to exclude warnings about the overvaluation of property from a 2007 financial stability repor(...)

Former Central Bank governor John Hurley: I am not aware of any such request made to any other officers to the Central Bank or financial regulator.’ Photograph: Eric Luke

Former Central Bank governor John Hurley has told the Oireachtas banking inquiry he does not recall any financial institution expressing a preferen(...)

The director general of the bank dismissed the assertions. Photograph: The Irish Times

The Central Bank misled the public about the frail state of Ireland’s financial system in the run-up to the crash, a former official in the bank has t(...)

The retired governor of the Central Bank  John Hurley  disputes the thrust of Frank Browne’s statements to the inquiry. Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

On the face of it, Frank Browne’s statement to the Oireachtas banking inquiry is deeply disturbing. It points to a blinkered attitude to financial ris(...)

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