Ireland’s central bank failed to alert regulators to mounting crisis: banking report


Ireland's central bank failed to alert regulators and take sufficient action to address emerging risks developing in the economy in the build-up to the financial crisis, a report on the causes of the banking crisis in Ireland, published on Tuesday, said.

The report by the commission of investigation into the banking sector in Ireland, entitled Misjudging risk: Causes of the Systemic Banking Crisis in Ireland, was authored by Peter Nyberg, the sole member of the Commission of Investigation and a

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