Profiling the Cross-Border Funding of the Irish Banking System

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Coates, Dermot; Everett, Mary;

Between 2002 and 2008, there was a surge in foreign funding ows to the Irish banking system. This unprecedented increase in in ows was a key driver of the credit boom in Ireland. In the wake of the domestic banking and global nancial crises, the Irish banking system exp... View more
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