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Irish banks must increase capital to reflect the risk they took on

Irish banks are being forced to face reality. 

Irish banks need €24bn after stress tests | ft.com

Ireland’s stricken banking sector will require €24bn in additional capital, pushing the total cost of the government’s rescue to about €70bn (£62bn).

As the results of stress tests on the country’s banks were revealed, the government announced a radical shake-up of the industry aimed at restoring investor confidence in Ireland’s banking sector, which remains dependent on the European Central Bank.

Written by Colin Henderson

April 1, 2011 at 01:32

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