Chartered Accountants said that Mr FitzPatrick had accepted the findings following an investigation
The United Nations has called on Ireland to boost staffing at the Garda Anti-Corruption Unit, saying there are only three members attached to it.
A conditional judgment for €445m is part of the settlement of the long and bitter litigation between the Quinn family and State-owned Irish Bank Resolution Corporation.
A High Court judge will rule next week whether Sean Quinn’s children can pursue a key claim their father unduly influenced them to sign securities for loans of hundreds of millions by Anglo Irish Bank to Quinn group companies.
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Multi-billion euro fraudster David Drumm is working as a cleaner in the basement of Mountjoy Prison, the Irish Examiner understands.
Calls for an Irish boycott of next year’s Eurovision being held in Israel have been dismissed by the Tánaiste.
David Drumm’s meteoric rise through the world of Irish banking was attributed to a large degree to his capacity to get things done, writes Michael Clifford.
A €7.2 bn transaction between Anglo Irish Bank and Irish Life and Permanent had no commercial substance because Anglo's asset profile didn't change, a jury has heard.
A banker at Irish Life and Permanent said his ears pricked up on overhearing dealers discussing “doing several billion with Anglo” in September 2008.
A senior banker at Irish Life and Permanent ordered the €7.2 Billion transaction with Anglo Irish Bank be documented in case “something goes pop”, a jury has heard.
The jury at David Drumm's conspiracy to defraud trial, which has been underway at Dublin Circuit Criminal Court since January, has been told that proceedings are likely to conclude in June.
A statement issued to the Irish Stock Exchange by Anglo Irish Bank, and signed by David Drumm, said customer funding had increased by €1.9bn, Dublin Circuit Criminal Court has heard.
The former head of group finance at Anglo Irish Bank said he was not aware that €7.2bn transactions with Irish Life and Permanent were “a straight exchange of cash with no underlying security” until after they had taken place.
A former Anglo Irish Bank executive said he planned to “get a bit of drink” into a Credit Suisse banker at an upcoming dinner and say to him: “I'd like about five billion before the 30th”.
Drumm also said he intended to go to “that fucking shower of clowns down in Dame Street,” to look for emergency funding for the bank, his trial has heard.
The jury in the trial of David Drumm has heard that Anglo Irish Bank's audit committee was an independent watchdog tasked with overseeing management's activities.
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A new jury will be empanelled this afternoon in the trial of former Anglo Irish Bank Chief Executive David Drumm due to an issue that had arisen.
David Drumm, the former chief executive of Anglo Irish Bank, has pleaded not guilty to being involved in an alleged €7.2bn conspiracy to defraud and to dishonestly providing false information to the market.
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Former Anglo Irish Bank chief executive David Drumm has been granted free legal aid for his upcoming conspiracy to defraud trial at Dublin Circuit Criminal Court.
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Donegal native Willie McAteer graduated from UCD with a BA in commerce and a master’s in business studies.
Denis Casey began his career in 1976 working for Allied Irish Finance Company Limited.
John Bowe studied accounting and finance in Dublin City University and left there in 1986, joining Standard Chartered Bank (Ireland) Ltd as a graduate trainee.
Three former banking executives convicted of taking part in a €7bn fraud will be sentenced on Friday.
The Office of the Director of Corporate Enforcement (ODCE) said yesterday it hopes to have six forensic accountants in place by the end of the summer.
Two former executives from Anglo Irish Bank have been found guilty of conspiring to defraud the public in 2008. Declan Brennan looks at the two men whose careers end in disgrace.
David Drumm will face two trials, one in 2017 and one in 2018, over alleged offences committed during his time as CEO of Anglo Irish Bank.
Former Anglo Irish Bank chief executive David Drumm walked out of a Dublin court smiling yesterday after he was released on bail pending his fraud trial.
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Dublin District Court has been told that since former Anglo chief executive David Drumm went to America in 2009 he “engaged in a careful and considered and perfectly lawful attempt to ensure that this day never came”.
Former Anglo Irish Bank chief executive David Drumm could today taste freedom from custody for the first time since he was arrested by US officials last October.
David Drumm is expected to appear before Dublin District Court later today to face 33 charges in relation to Anglo Irish Bank.
Former Anglo Irish Bank CEO David Drumm last night formally gave up his fight against being extradited back to Ireland to face charges in relation to the bank’s collapse.
Former head of Anglo Irish Bank David Drumm has said he will give up his fight against extradition from the US and return to Ireland.
Future Oireachtas inquiries must be given at least two years to complete a probe and not be inhibited by the dissolution of the Dáil, the banking inquiry has recommended.
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