Public hearings begin in inquiry in Irish Nationwide Building Society

Today marks the first day of public hearings in a Central Bank inquiry into the running of Irish Nationwide Building Society.

The three-member panel has met in private on three occasions, and has three further public hearings planned between now and the end of December.

Today's proceedings will deal with procedural issues, and the session is not expected to hear from witnesses.

INBS was nationalised in 2010 and later merged into Irish Bank Resolution Corporation.

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