Banking crisis whistleblower Jonathan Sugarman claims Irish financial situation has ’gotten much worse’ since collapse | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Banking crisis whistleblower Jonathan Sugarman claims Irish financial situation has ’gotten much worse’ since collapse

Jonathan Sugarman, a former executive with Unicredit Bank Ireland, resigned from his role in 2007 after informing former Financial Regulator Patrick Neary that he (Sugarman) was breaking the law by signing off on billions of euro that didn’t exist.

The ex-risk manager recently addressed the EU Parliament where he said his concerns were ignored by the Financial Regulator in 2007 and that there is nothing being done to sanction the people responsible for the collapse of Irish banks that led to the recession here.

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but of course, the "collapse" hasn't even started yet. all we have seen until now is small hiccups and bumps on the road downhill.

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