Trial date set for Anglo accused

Trial date set for Anglo accused
William McAteer

The trial date has been set for two former Anglo executives over an alleged fraudulent loan of over €8m.

Former finance director William McAteer, from Greenrath, Tipperary Road, Tipperary, who is 64, is accused of fraudulently obtaining a loan from Anglo Irish Bank to pay off a personal loan with Bank of Ireland in September 2008.

Pat Whelan, aged 53, from Coast Road, Malahide in Dublin, former director of lending at Anglo, is accused of being a party to the same loan.

The four-week trial is set to start on January 16, 2017.

The case has been listed for mention on July 18, 2016.

More on this topic

Willie McAteer sentenced for fraudulent Anglo loan, but gets no extra prison timeWillie McAteer sentenced for fraudulent Anglo loan, but gets no extra prison time

Judge hands down €3k fine to former Anglo director for failing to keep record of fraudulent €8m loanJudge hands down €3k fine to former Anglo director for failing to keep record of fraudulent €8m loan

Banker convicted in Anglo trial 'an ethical person with the height of integrity'Banker convicted in Anglo trial 'an ethical person with the height of integrity'

Jury in bankers' trial reaches verdicts on two countsJury in bankers' trial reaches verdicts on two counts


More in this Section

Fifth of college students from ‘affluent’ homes - studyFifth of college students from ‘affluent’ homes - study

Second Fianna Fáil TD admits voting in another party member’s nameSecond Fianna Fáil TD admits voting in another party member’s name

Founder of air ambulance charity declared bankruptFounder of air ambulance charity declared bankrupt

Two divers rescued off south Dublin coastTwo divers rescued off south Dublin coast


Lifestyle

John’s chairs will last a lifetime, but he is also passing on his knowledge to a new generation, writes Ellie O’Byrne.Made in Munster: The ancient art of súgán-making is woven into Irish family history

More From The Irish Examiner