6/14/2013

Ireland has agreed to review loans on banks' books earlier than a pan-European review scheduled for 2014. "What we will see is towards the end of this year a kind of first phase of work -- asset-quality review, look at provisioning levels, look at the risk models the banks have got," financial regulator Matthew Elderfield said. Ireland aims to establish healthy banks before its rescue programme ends in December.

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