Irish Banks May Need Still More Capital

Irish banks may need additional capital on top of the EUR64 billion ($79.87 billion) in taxpayers’ funds currently being injected into them, according to Fiona Muldoon, director of credit institutions and insurance supervision of the Central Bank of Ireland.

  • 08 Jun 2012

Irish banks may need additional capital on top of the EUR64 billion ($79.87 billion) in taxpayers’ funds currently being injected into them, according to Fiona Muldoon, director of credit institutions and insurance supervision of the Central Bank of Ireland.

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