from the quill of Antisthenes
“The latest data shows that Anglo-Irish Bank and other lenders had borrowed £43 billion from the Irish central bank by the end of December 2010 under an obscure programme listed in the balance sheets as “other assets”.” My financial advice to you therefore is – go to your nearest friendly bank and ask for a loan, the bigger the better. On the application form, list all your debts as “other assets”.
My legal advice – don’t, unless you want to get arrested. Of course, if you are a financial institution big enough to have the government in your pocket… but in that case you have done it already and don’t need my belated advice.