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Wednesday 6 December 2023 Dublin: 8°C

# Anglo

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Former Anglo Irish Bank CEO and chairman Seán FitzPatrick has died aged 73
The news was confirmed by a family spokesperson this afternoon.
Former Anglo chair Sean Fitzpatrick fined €25k and expelled from Chartered Accountants Ireland
A disciplinary tribunal heard that the former Anglo Irish Bank chair had committed “misconduct of a serious nature”.
Profile: The rise and fall of Anglo's David Drumm
The former chief executive was this week jailed for six years.
Here's who been jailed over Ireland's banking crisis so far
David Drumm has became the fourth person to be jailed over his role in a bank fraud scheme 10 years ago.
David Drumm handed six-year jail term for conspiracy to defraud and false accounting
The sentencing comes after one of the longest trials in the history of the State.
Former Anglo CEO David Drumm has been found guilty
The trial has been one of the longest-running in the history of the State.
Bankers were 'scared sh*tless' carrying out deals with Anglo Irish, jury hears
“It needs to be boss man to boss man.”
David Drumm called financial regulator 'f***ing shower of clowns down in Dame Street', trial hears
Today was the 30th day of the trial of former Anglo Irish Bank CEO David Drumm.
David Drumm authorised deals leading to falsification of bank's balance sheet, court hears
Drumm has pleaded not guilty to conspiring to defraud depositors and investors by “dishonestly” inflating Anglo’s deposits figure by €7.2 billion.
New jury empanelled in David Drumm trial
Judge Karen O’Connor discharged the jurors and thanked them for their attendance this morning.
Trial of former senior Anglo banker Tiarnan O'Mahoney collapses
Judge Martin Nolan told Dublin Circuit Criminal Court that he intends to direct the jury tomorrow to acquit Tiarnan O’Mahoney.
Former Anglo CEO David Drumm found guilty
The trial of the former Anglo CEO has been one of the longest-running in the history of the State.
Calls for heads to roll in State watchdog after acquittal of Seán FitzPatrick
The Office of the Director of Corporate Enforcement led the investigation.
Former Anglo chairman's trial is now the longest-running criminal case in Irish history
It entered its 90th day today.
Gardaí have never investigated a State official shredding Seán FitzPatrick documents
The former Anglo Irish Bank chairman is accused of misleading auditors about multimillion euro loans from the years 2002 to 2007.
For God's sake don't mention it on Facebook, judge tells Sean FitzPatrick jury
Judge John Aylmer said members must not seek out information on the case through social media.
Judge says it's 'not unreasonable' for David Drumm to sign on at garda station every day
The judge at a hearing today did note, however, that it would be hard for him to leave the state without being noticed.
Anglo trial: Sentences of two to three-and-a-half years for trio convicted of fraudulent €7.2 billion transaction
Denis Casey, William McAteer and John Bowe were found guilty of conspiracy to defraud last month.
David Drumm cuts the price of his American home by $25,000
Drumm faces two trials here in Ireland.
Anglo executives found guilty of conspiring to defraud the public
Former executives Willie McAteer and John Bowe were today found guilty following the longest criminal trial in Irish history.
Joan Collins' prom note appeal makes it all the way to the Supreme Court today
The deputy’s challenge against the €31 billion promissory note deal was rejected by the High Court.
Two former Anglo officials have had their convictions quashed
Tiarnan O’Mahoney (56) and Bernard Daly (67) were handed prison sentences last year.
Ex-Anglo boss David Drumm has been granted bail on strict conditions
The former Anglo CEO arrived on a flight from the US early this morning.
Drumm's brother says he'll come back to Ireland - if he'll be granted bail here
Drumm has offered to return to Ireland under strict bail conditions.
David Drumm has bail rejected ahead of hearing to send him back to Ireland
The former Anglo boss has had his latest appeal for bail rejected.
Woman suffers panic attack during jury selection for Anglo trial
Another potential juror told Judge Martin Nolan he had “very strong views” on the issue.
"She's out": Relief among supporters as ex-Anglo official freed from jail
The original sentence should not have been so severe, Mr Justice George Birmingham said today.
Inside the "unrelentingly harsh", maximum-security prison where David Drumm will spend Christmas
The Plymouth County Correctional Facility has housed infamous murderers and terrorists, and now, the former CEO of Anglo.
David Drumm's bankruptcy appeal has been rejected
Drumm now remains in custody while he fights extradition to Ireland
Construction workers were invited into Drumm family home for meals, judge told
A project manager who oversaw work on Drumm’s house has written a letter of support for the ex-Anglo chief.
Friends, neighbours and his 80-year-old mother wrote letters of support for David Drumm
His mother, in her letter of support, writes “you would probably say of course I would say great things…”.
What on earth is this Siteserv story all about - and why is it back in the news?
Denis O’Brien, IBRC and an obsessive TD are all part of tangled web of controversy.
The 'farcical' Anglo loans inquiry could be on the verge of collapse
The inquiry into the sale of certain loans by the former Anglo Irish Bank is in trouble.
Forgery, conspiracy to defraud, false documents: Ex-Anglo chief David Drumm faces 33 criminal charges
The alleged offences that Ireland wants to charge the former Anglo CEO with have been revealed for the first time.
David Drumm has been arrested in the US
The former Anglo Irish Bank CEO will appear in court on Tuesday for an extradition hearing.
'Ultimatums are not the way to do business': Key IMF figure criticises Trichet letters
Ajai Chopra claimed the ECB “went beyond its mandate” in letters sent by Jean-Claude Trichet to Brian Lenihan.
Ex-Anglo CFO: "I don’t think anyone foresaw the scale of crisis"
Matt Moran, CFO at the bank between 2004 and 2008, acknowledged that he was granted immunity from prosecution with regard to all affairs at Anglo.
Seven more months: Seán FitzPatrick has succeeded in getting his trial pushed back
He had been due to go on trial for 27 offences in October. It’ll now happen in May.