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# nyberg-report - Saturday 11 May, 2013

Why you can't see the 'black book' that was never used for the banking crisis

The manual is intended for us during financial crises but was not used during Ireland’s banking crisis and neither the Central Bank nor the Minister for Finance will release it, it was revealed this week.

# nyberg-report - Friday 6 May, 2011

Financial regulator says bank boards will be overhauled

Matthew Elderfield says that any board members who were sitting prior to the 2008 bank guarantee scheme will have stepped down by the end of 2011.

# nyberg-report - Wednesday 27 April, 2011

Irish Property Council calls for a “truth commission”

The organisation has called for a truth commission that would hold the government, banks, Financial Regulator, Central Bank, and the Department of Finance to account for contributing to the economic crisis.

# nyberg-report - Friday 22 April, 2011

The week in photos Week In Photos This post contains images

The week in photos

This is the week that was, in pictures.

# nyberg-report - Wednesday 20 April, 2011

TDs criticise Nyberg report for failing to pinpoint bank crisis blame

Meanwhile, Minister Michael Noonan says the report had addressed the actions of a “seriously inept government” which had fuelled instead of restrained the banks once the crisis was underway.

Anglo Irish Bank: Our D.I.V.O.R.C.E. is coming through today

Iconic sign removed from front of toxic bank’s Dublin HQ a day after the Nyberg Report on the Irish banking collapse.

End of an empire: Anglo name to be removed from HQ today

The nameplates that have come to symbolise Ireland’s banking downfall will be removed from Anglo’s Dublin HQ today.

Ireland ‘seriously misjudged’ the ‘madness’: How the world sees the Nyberg report

Peter Nyberg’s report into the Irish banking crisis “reads like a psychologist’s report”, in the eyes of the world’s media.

Poll: Who do you hold accountable for the banking crisis? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Who do you hold accountable for the banking crisis?

Peter Nyberg’s had his say. Now it’s your turn.

# nyberg-report - Tuesday 19 April, 2011

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The Daily Fix: Tuesday

In today’s Fix: dog ownership could be outlawed in Iran; more drivers caught speeding; and Ukraine promised €550m to build Chernobyl reactor containment shell.

The Nyberg Report: In graphs

A graph can paint a thousand words where language fails us…

Bank boards to be overhauled in the wake of the Nyberg Report

The Taoiseach says heads of banks will be held to account from now on, and that a referendum will be held to increase the power of the Oireachtas to hold people to account.

Take 5: Tuesday

5 minutes, 5 stories, 5 o’clock.

Banks, government, regulators all criticised in stinging Nyberg report

The Nyberg Report paints a damning picture of the banks, the regulators, and the government’s blanket bank guarantee.

Noonan says pay to top bankers needs re-examination

Michael Noonan says review is needed, as it is revealed that the former managing director of AIB received €3m last year.

Column: Nick Leeson on how the Nyberg Report cannot just pay lip service to reform

In his latest weekly column for, Nick Leeson writes that if the banks behaved like kids in a sweet shop, then the government and the regulators were like the negligent parents who let them.