Another Bank Inquiry 'sorry', but is regulation better now?
The pattern down at the Banking Inquiry is well established at this stage; ex-bankers, ex-executives and ex-regulators have been coming in with their hands held out in contrition.
"Sorry" seems to be the easiest word.
Yesterday it was the turn of former Financial Regulator Patrick Neary. He is "deeply sorry" his former agency failed to prevent the banking crisis, he told the Inquiry.