The last major Irish bank failure before 20081
GrÃ¡da, Cormac Ã“
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Financial History Review, 2012, vol. 19, issue 2, 199-217
Until 2008, Ireland's banks had a solid reputation. Its two long-established banks could trace their origins back to the beginnings of joint-stock banking in 1825. Few banks of consequence had failed in the interim. The last such failure, the focus of this article, was that of the Munster Bank in 1885. That event tells us much about the history of Irish banking before recent events.
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