The Minister for Finance will appear before the Banking Inquiry today.
Michael Noonan will be one of the last of 95 different witnesses to attend public hearings.
The European Commission will also answer questions – one of its top civil servants will give evidence on Europe’s role in supervising Ireland’s economy, and whether the same mistakes could still happen again.
After four months of hearings, today will mark the last day of public business for the Banking Inquiry.
Members will then hold private hearings to compile their full report – which is expected to be complete by the new year.