Finneran, Michael

Tuesday, 9 June 1998

Seanad Éireann Debate
Vol. 155 No. 20

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Order of Business.

The current Commissioner was selected on merit.More Button

I assure Senator O'Toole that our esteemed colleague, Commissioner Flynn, got the job on merit. He was the best man available at the time.More Button

I might change to the sausage and black pudding breakfast.More Button

I join with Senator Ó Murchú in calling for a debate on suicide, given the increasing number of people who have committed suicide. I have spoken on this matter many times in the House. Suicide should...More Button

Merit. Order of Business agreed to.More Button

Investor Compensation Bill, 1998: Committee and Remaining Stages.

I welcome this procedure. Too often in the past something had to be done because an inadequacy had shown up and invariably new legislation was needed. When legislation is enacted there should be a s...More Button

This matter was debated on Second Stage. It has been pointed out that the bonding system does not offer much, if any, protection in some circumstances and people could be under false impressions wit...More Button

Section 21 deals with contributions, which are required under certain conditions, which attach to the company and the ability of the Bill and the regulatory body, which would be the Central Bank, to i...More Button

Is it the entitlement of an investment firm to enter a scheme of another EU state? This Bill arises from an EU directive and similar pieces of legislation are being enacted in the parliaments of other...More Button

We are very pleased that this important legislation was initiated in the Seanad and that this issue got a good airing. I thank the Minister of State for his decision to take the Bill to the Seanad.More Button

Tomorrow at 10.30 a.m.More Button

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