Advisers travelling first class on gravy train
The time has come to stop the 'usual suspects' making many millions from our banking crisis, says Daniel McConnell
Published 10/10/2010 | 05:00
They were paid millions by the banks during the good years for their legal, financial and auditing expertise.
Since September 2008 and the night of the infamous blanket bank guarantee, they have been called upon by the Government for their advice to help us, as a country, get out of the worst financial crisis in living memory.
Incredibly, not only have they been centrally involved in the bailout plan, with their feet in under the table in government buildings, they have also made millions from the taxpayer and, in some cases, they got the gig without having to tender.