DUBLIN, March 30 (Reuters) – Ireland’s finance minister, its “bad bank” and its financial regulator made a series of announcements on Tuesday clarifying details of how it plans to tackle the country’s banking crisis.
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By Carmel Crimmins
DUBLIN, Oct 9 (Reuters) – Ireland’s government altered legislation creating its “bad bank”, the National Asset Management Agency (NAMA), to include the threat of a levy on lenders, to make the law more palatable to junior coalition partner the Green Party.
By Carmel Crimmins and Andras Gergely
DUBLIN, Sept 16 (Reuters) – Ireland will spend 54 billion euros on resuscitating its financial system and economy after a brutal property crash, ramping up its national debt and leaving the door open for further capital injections into lenders.
DUBLIN, Sept 15 (Reuters) – Ireland will outline this week how much a make-or-break plan to revive its banking system will cost, setting the stage for possible further capital injections in the top two banks and a near doubling of the national debt.
By Carmel Crimmins and Padraic Halpin
DUBLIN, July 30 (Reuters) – Ireland unveiled a draft law on Thursday giving its “bad bank” wide powers to deal with the legacy of a devastating property crash, but investors will have to wait until September for clues on how much it will cost.