For €6.5m, you would expect a lot more from this report
Published 28/01/2016 | 02:30
The Oireachtas Banking Inquiry report is a deeply unsatisfying account of what occurred before and after the economic crash.
After costing the taxpayer €6.5m - €1.5m more than planned - it was reasonable to expect that some startling revelations would emerge from the 600-plus pages delivered at Leinster House.
Instead, a general public well used to being failed by the banks, regulators and legislators has been short-changed again. What we have been presented with is a report big on pointing out the obvious - and light on providing any new insight.