The Irish banks ar looking for new funding. NAMA (National Asset Management Agency) was established in December 2009 as one of a number of initiatives taken by the Irish Government to address the serious problems and they bought loan for 32 000 000 000 Euros. The country has also received large emergency loans from the EU and IMF.

  • Allied Irish Bank
  • Permanent TSB
  • Bank of Ireland
  • Anglo Irish Bank
  • Irish Nationwide Building Society (liqvidation in February 2013)

The sins of the financial sector placed a €64 billion weight on the shoulders of current and future generations.
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