Speeches and Statements by the Minister for Finance
Anglo Irish Bank Corporation Bill Second Stage Speech I move that the Bill be now read a Second Time.Introduction I would like to thank Deputies for their time given the short notice, but clearly this is an issue of serious national importance requiring swift action by the Government. I bring this Bill to the House today, with a view to securing the financial position of Anglo Irish Bank and by extension the stability of the Irish banking system. The Government has taken the decision to bring
It is clear from the contributions by deputies from all sides that there is now recognition of the scale of the difficulties we face. That is very encouraging because the manner in which we respond to our current economic difficulties will have a crucial bearing on the length and severity of the downturn.The
Statement by Minister for Finance 4 February 2009 Economic and Spending Measures I move that Dáil Eireann affirm its supports for the Government's action in tackling the current economic and fiscal crisis.
Speech by Brian Lenihan, TD Minister for Finance , Private Members Business 17th February, 2009
Second Stage Reading: Financial Emergency Measures in the Public Interest 2009 by Minister for Finance, Mr. Brian Lenihan, T.D
Private Members Business Opening Statement Minister for Finance Tuesday 24th February 2009 I wish to propose the counter motion that Dáil Eireann
Address by the Minister for Finance, Mr Brian Lenihan TD, to the Annual General Meeting (AGM) of the Irish League of Credit Unions (ILCU), Killarney, Saturday 25 April 2009I am very pleased that the Board and Chief Executive of the Irish League of Credit Unions have invited me to address your Annual General Meeting today.At the outset, I would like to thank the outgoing President, Uel Adair, for his stewardship of the movement over the past two years
Opening Statement to Joint Committee on Finance and the Public Sectorby the Minister for Finance Mr Brian Lenihan TD Tuesday, 26th May 2009
Address by the Minister for Finance, Mr. Brian Lenihan T.D., to the conference of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Organisation for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE)Conference theme: World Financial CrisisWednesday, 27 May, 2009
Minister's Speech on NAMA to Committee on Finance & the Public Service 31 August 2009Introduction & BackgroundI'm pleased to be here today to discuss the Government's legislative proposal to establish a National Asset Management Agency (NAMA) and to debate the draft consultative legislation with Deputies and Senators.
National Asset Management Agency Bill 2009 Second Stage Speech I move that the Bill be now read a second time.A Cheann Comhairle, my speech is being circulated along with an information pack of supplementary documentation which I have also made available to the Deputies.
Address by Mr Brian Lenihan, Minister of Finance to the Third Annual Industry Leaders Summit titled 'Aiding the Recovery”: Practical Strategies to Insure Success' on Thursday 8 October at the Four Season's HotelI am delighted to have been invited to speak at your conference today.
National Asset Management Agency Bill 2009 Second Stage Reply Speech At the outset I would like to thank Deputies for their many considered and useful contributions to the second stage debate on the National Asset Management Agency Bill 2009.
Speech by Minister for Finance, Brian Lenihan, TD at the Launch of OECD Ireland Survey by Mr Angel Gurria, Secretary General of the OECD at Department of Finance, Dublin 4 November 2009.
Statements on the Pre-Budget Outlook to Dáil Éireannby Minister for Finance, Mr. Brian Lenihan T.D.Tuesday 17th November 2009 Introduction A Cheann Comhairle, never before has so much information, advice and so many expert reports been published in the run up to a budget.
Speech by Minister for Finance at the Annual conference of Association of Compliance Officers in Ireland 'New Compliance Realities - The Future of Regulation and Compliance in a Changed Risk
Address by the Minister for Finance, Mr Brian Lenihan, T.D., at the American Chamber of Commerce Thanksgiving Day Business Lunch on Thursday 26 November 2009.
Financial Emergency Measures in the Public Interest (No. 2) Bill, 2009.
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