Former Anglo chief executive David Drumm has been fighting the extradition to Ireland since October, during which time he was held in jail just outside Boston. Photograph: Alan Betson/Irish Times

The rescheduled extradition hearing at which former Anglo Irish Bank chief executive, David Drumm, is now expected to agree to return to the State fro(...)

A former Anglo director has told the trial of four senior bankers accused of conspiring to mislead investors that he didn’t think there was anything improper about Anglo placing the money with ILP or with them taking the deposits.

A former Anglo director has told the trial of four senior bankers accused of conspiring to mislead investors that he was acting under the direction of(...)

Former Anglo Irish Bank chief executive David Drumm and his wife Lorraine after a court hearing. Mr Drumm has been in jail for almost four months since he was arrested and twice refused bail ahead of extradition proceedings on March 1st.

The hearing at which former Anglo Irish Bank chief executive David Drumm had been expected to drop his fight against extradition from the United State(...)

Former Anglo Irish Bank CEO David Drumm in Boston: extradition would involve gardaí going to the US to take custody of him from the authorities there. Photograph: Josh Reynolds

Former Anglo Irish Bank chief executive David Drumm could be back in Dublin within days if he drops his fight against extradition from the United Stat(...)

Former chief executive of Anglo Irish Bank, David Drumm, is due before a Boston magistrate on Monday after he offered to return to Ireland under certain conditions.

Former chief executive of Anglo Irish Bank, David Drumm, is due before a Boston magistrate on Monday after he offered to return to Ireland under certa(...)

Former Anglo Irish Bank chief executive David Drumm. Photograph:  Josh Reynolds/The Irish Times

Lawyers for former Anglo Irish Bank chief executive David Drumm have scheduled a conference hearing in his US extradition case in Boston court on Mond(...)

David Drumm: His solicitors wrote to the DPP stating that he would return voluntarily to face trial and abide by the strictest conditions if the State agreed not to oppose bail. Photograph: Josh Reynolds

Former Anglo Irish Bank chief executive David Drumm’s lawyers have offered surety of more than €100,000 if the State agrees not to oppose bail should (...)

Inquiry team: chairman Ciarán Lynch (centre) with Mark McSharry TD, Senator Michael D’Arcy, Michael McGrath TD, John Paul Phelan TD, Kieran O’Donnell TD, Senator Susan O’Keeffe, Eoghan Murphy TD and Senator Sean Barrett. Photograph: Eric Luke

After 20 months of toil the Oireachtas banking inquiry published its final report this week, in three volumes. It followed public testimony from 131 (...)

There was a big entry to the Christmas quiz and plenty of you got all the correct answers. The winner is John Kelly from Rathfarnham in Dublin. Congr(...)

Witness Matt Cullen, a senior manager of Anglo Irish Bank’s treasury department in 2008, arrives at the Dublin Circuit Criminal Court to continue giving evidence in the trial of four former bankers - John Bowe and William McAteer from Anglo, and Denis Casey and Peter Fitzpatrick from Irish Life & Permanent who are accused of conspiring to mislead investors by using interbank loans to make Anglo appear €7.2 billion more valuable. Photograph: Collins Courts.

Anglo Irish Bank management discussed disguising short-term loans of €750 million from Irish Life & Permanent and keeping them “tight as a duck’s (...)