Category Archives: Financial ombudsman

Protecting the vultures

On July 13th last I wrote about the many excuses given by the Financial Services Ombudsman, Joe Meade, to avoid identifying the greedy vultures that infest the Irish financial sector. Joe added one more excuse today on RTEs News at … Continue reading

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Man of steel turns to straw

When Joe Meade was the Data Protection Commissioner he repeatedly threatened the Government with High Court action for using an ‘invalid’ ministerial direction to unconstitutionally store citizens’ phone, fax and mobile call data for three years. Somehow, Joe never got … Continue reading

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