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ITTA lecturer in accounting and finance at IT Tralee has called for more consistent regulation of our banking system to avoid another collapse.
However, Simon Quinn accepts this will be hard to achieve, as governments regulate the banking sector and these change intermittently.
Mr Quinn was speaking following the conviction yesterday of the former group chief executive of Irish Life and Permanent, Denis Casey,  for conspiracy to defraud.
He says the task is all the more difficult because the financial watchdog is also regulating some of the highest paid people, who are employed by large corporations to find loopholes in the system.