IBRC

AcronymDefinition
IBRCIndiana Business Research Center
IBRCin Band Reserved Channel
IBRCIrish Bank Resolution Corporation Limited (Ireland)
IBRCInnovative Bridge Research and Construction (Program)
IBRCInternational Business Resource Connection (University of Kansas)
IBRCInsurance Brokers Registration Council (UK)
IBRCInternational Braille Research Center (Baltimore, MD)
IBRCIn-Band, Reserved Channel
IBRCInternational Branch Research Committee (Shiraz University of Medical Sciences; Iran)
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IBRC, into which Anglo was nationalised following its collapse, brought a parallel action alleging a scheme to strip [euro]455million in assets from companies in the Quinn's property group.
The IBRC, thanks to the EDA, provides these data and resources at no cost to the user.
Kieran Wallace, one of the bank's liquidators, said the IBRC had struck a deal with two informers who lifted the lid on the Quinns' dealings.
IBRC has accused Quinn and his family members of stripping away financial assets from his businesses and storing them out of reach against a court order.
The IBRC issued a statement disputing that Mr Quinn is resident in Northern Ireland and claimed the family live in Co Cavan, on the southern side of the border.
Bruce Jaffee, chairperson and professor of business economics and public policy, and colleagues at the IBRC conducted the study.
Bridges on all public roads are eligible for IBRC funding, but applications must be submitted through a state DOT.
Brokers who fail to comply with IBRC rules can be kicked out, but remarkably the organisation has no power to stop the same company trading, if it describes itself as an "insurance intermediary"
Sinn Fein's finance spokesman Pearse Doherty TD added: "The damage done by Anglo Irish Bank is almost immeasurable and let us not forget we are still paying for the damage through the prom notes and the IBRC liquidation.
In a study reported in these pages recently, the IBRC found that a majority of workers who had lost their jobs in transportation equipment manufacturing (TEM) or primary metal manufacturing (PMM) from 2002 to 2014 just vanished from the official employment records.
The controversy is regarding the sale of the firm to Denis O Brien in 2012 for 45 euro and the writing off of debts of amount 105 million by the IBRC.
Global Banking News-June 4, 2015--Irish government agrees to IBRC probe