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  1. Does this government actually realise that Ireland only has 1.8 million workers??? those workers have the education, health and welfare system to uphold, the cost of the running of government with some of the highest paid politicans in europe who also get pensions from the age of 50.
  2. Taoiseach Enda Kenny earns more than Merkel, Obama or Cameron.
  3. Now besides shackling us with the debts of the banks, they have also chained us to paying the debts of speculators to the tune of €144 thousand approx per working person to save the financial institutions that caused the crisis and bondholders whose gambling debts we are being force to pay.
  4. The Bondholders the Irish people are paying for and their worth, some of those mentioned below are also the same ones who hold over 23 trillion in offshore accounts.
  5. Allianz
  6. Revenue €106.451 billion (2010)[1] Operating income €8.243 billion (2010)[1] Profit €5.053 billion (2010)[1] Total assets €624.95 billion (end 2010)[1] Total equity €46.56 billion (end 2010)[1]
  7. Axa
  8. Revenue €86.107 billion (2011)Earnings Presentations Profit €4.324 billion (2011)Earnings Presentations AUM €1.103 trillion (2010)[1] Total assets €731.65 billion (end 2010)[1] Total equity €49.70 billion (end 2010)[1]
  9. Baloise Asset Management
  10. Revenue CHF 9.485 billion (2010)[1] Operating income CHF 607.2 million (2010)[1] Profit CHF 433.4 million (2010)[1] Total assets CHF 65.39 billion (end 2010)[1] Total equity CHF 4.134 billion (end 2010)[1]
  11. Safra owns Banc Sarasin and is worth...
  12. The Group controls about 71.5 billion in assets of which 36.9 are client assets and it has 6.3 billion stockholders' equity.[5][6]
  13. Barclays
  14. Revenue £32.29 billion (2011)[1] Operating income £26.69 billion (2011)[1] Net income £3.95 billion (2011)[1] Total assets £1,564 billion (2011)[1] Total equity £55.6 billion (2011)[1]
  15. BBVA
  16. Revenue €20.91 billion (2010)[1] Operating income €11.94 billion (2010)[1] Profit €4.606 billion (2010)[1] Total assets €552.7 billion (end 2010)[1] Total equity €37.48 billion (end 2010)[1]
  17. Goldman Sachs
  18. Revenue US$ 28.811 billion (2011)[1] Operating income US$ 6.169 billion (2011)[1] Net income US$ 4.442 billion (2011)[1] Total assets US$ 923 billion (2011)[1] Total equity US$ 72.708 billion (2011)[1]
  19. BNP Parabas
  20. Revenue €43.88 billion (2010)[1] Operating income €12.56 billion (2010)[1] Profit €7.843 billion (2010)[1] Total assets €1.998 trillion (end 2010)[1] Total equity €85.63 billion (end 2010)[1
  21. BrownShipley & co a subsidary of KBC worth
  22. Revenue €8.378 billion (2010)[1] Profit €1.860 billion (2010)[1] AUM €208.81 billion (end 2010)[1] Total assets €320.82 billion (end 2010)[1] Total equity €18.67 billion (end 2010)[1]
  23. CNP Assurances
  24. Revenue €44.79 billion (2010)[1] Operating income €1.425 billion (2010)[1] Profit €1.050 billion (2010)[1] Total assets €319.61 billion (end 2010)[1] Total equity €13.18 billion (end 2010)[1]
  25. Credit Suisse
  26. Revenue CHF 25.43 billion (2011)[1] Profit CHF 1.95 billion (2011)[1] Total assets CHF 1.229 trillion (end 2011)[1] Total equity CHF 27.02 billion (end 2011)[1]
  27. DWS Investments is the largest investment trust company in Germany and manages €288 billion fund assets
  28. it is also one of the 10 largest investment trust companies in the world.
  29. European Credit Management Limited (ECM) is an independent asset management company specialising in European credit. Founded in February 1999, ECM manages assets worth over £11.5 b.
  30. hsbc
  31. Revenue US$ 105.804 billion (2011)[7] Operating income US$ 45.215 billion (2011)[7] Profit US$ 17.944 billion (2011)[7] Total assets US$ 2.555 trillion (2011)[7] Total equity US$ 158.725 billion (2011)[7]
  32. ING Group
  33. Revenue €54.43 billion (2010)[2] Profit €3.220 billion (2010)[2] Total assets €1.247 trillion (end 2010)[2] Total equity €47.28 billion (end 2010)[2]
  34. LBBW
  35. Revenue $21 billion (2010)
  36. Lombard Odier
  37. is the oldest firm of private bankers in Geneva and one of the largest in Switzerland and Europe.
  38. AUM CHF 145 billion
  39. Nordea
  40. Revenue €9.334 billion (2010)[1] Operating income €3.639 billion (2010)[1] Net income €2.657 billion (2010)[1] AUM €191.0 billion (2010)[1] Total assets €580.8 billion (end 2010)[
  41. Pioneer Investments
  42. Revenue $312.4 Billion assets under management USD (2007)
  43. Royal London Asset Management
  44. £45 billion assets under management
  45. It is a wholly owned subsidiary of the Royal London Group, the UK’s largest mutual insurance company
  46. SEB
  47. Revenue SEK 37.69 billion (2011)[1] Operating income SEK 15.35 billion (2011)[1] Profit SEK 11.144 billion (2011)[1] AUM SEK 1.261 trillion (end 2011)[1] Total assets SEK 2.363 trillion (end 2011)[1] Total equity SEK 199.16 billion (end 2011)[1]
  48. SNS
  49. iNcome €116 million (2009)[1] Total assets €80 billion[1]
  50. Dutch bank
  51. Union Investments
  52. The Union indicated that investment managed by a property about 165 billion euros (assets under management of '31.12.2009).
  53. Universal-Investment-Gesellschaft mbH is an investment company based in Frankfurt am Main. With more than 126 billion Euro assets under management, 1,000 institutional funds and private label funds and more than 370 employees Universal-Investment is one of the leading German investment firms[1]. Universal-Investment offers primarily the administration of investment funds and securities for institutional investors.
  54. Being also one of the leading providers of private label funds in Germany, the company manages 350 such funds with a total volume of 14.5 billion Euro[2]. Private label funds are investment funds, which are launched together with an independent partner who manages and distributes them. Universal-Investment is one of the biggest administration platforms in Germany for institutional investors offering different fund vehicles as SICAV or UCITS. The company also belongs to the biggest providers of Master-Kapitalanlagegesellschaften (Master-KAG) in Germany[3].
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  56. WGZ BANK is one of Germany's largest banking institutions and the central bank for more than 220 Volksbanken and Raiffeisenbanken member banks in the state of North Rhine-Westphalia.
  57. Rothschilds are reputed to be worth 500trillion.
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  59. Germany has the most with 15 of the bond holders. Who between them hold 5.3 trillion euros.
  60. France is next with 10 bond holders. Who have about 4 trillion to keep them warm.
  61. Britain is third with 9 who have around 3 trillion.
  62. The Swiss have 6 but who have about 8.5 trillion.
  63. America has only three and hold only a trillion.
  64. Financial Group which is the third largest private bank group in Switzerland. It manages over €7.5 trillion in assets. It is ‘mostly’, 40%, owned by Mr Spiro Latsis, son of a Greek shipping magnate. He also owns 30% of Hellenic Petroleum. His personal fortune is estimated to be about $9 Billion.
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  66. List of bondholders in Anglo Irish Bank leaked
  67. http://www.irishcentral.com/news/List-of-bondholders-in-Anglo-Irish-Bank-leaked-110903209.html
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  69. Who are the Anglo Irish Bank Bondholders
  70. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TWvYwthMe6E
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