Employees of Quinn Insurance were told by a joint administrator of the company in 2010 that the Quinn family “would never ever have any involvement in this insurance company ever, ever, ever again”, an Employment Appeals Tribunal heard today.

Employees of Quinn Insurance were told by a joint administrator of the company in 2010 that the Quinn family “would never ever have any involvement in(...)

William McAteer (left) and Pat Whelan, who were both in court today

Two former Anglo Irish Bank executives have been sent forward for trial in connection with an alleged fraudulent €8 million loan. Willie McAteer and P(...)

HIgh Court asked to approve transfer of health policies to Luxembourg based insurance entity ‘iptiQ’, which has a branch in Ireland. Photograph : Matt Kavanagh, Irish Times

The joint administrators of Quinn Insurance Limited want the High Court to approve the transfer of 5000 health policies to a subsidiary of one of the (...)

Court 19 at the at the Dublin Central Criminal Court, where the Anglo trial took place. Photograph: Cyril Byrne / THE IRISH TIMES
What the judge said

Good afternoon. Mr McAteer and Mr Whelan, after a long trial, have been found guilty by a jury of their peers of 10 counts of breaches of section 60.(...)

Two former directors of Anglo Irish Bank have been found guilty of providing unlawful financial assistance to 10 businessman to buy shares in t(...)

Pat Whelan (51) of Malahide, Dublin, William McAteer (63) of Rathgar, Dublin and Sean Fitzpatrick (65) of Greystones, Co Wicklow. Pat Whelan (51) of Malahide, Dublin, William McAteer (63) of Rathgar, Dublin and Sean Fitzpatrick (65) of Greystones, Co Wicklow.

The jury in the trial of three former directors of Anglo Irish Bank will resume deliberations on Monday. Judge Martin Nolan told them to(...)

Former Anglo director Willie McAteer at Dublin Circuit Criminal Court yesterday. Collins Courts

A banking expert has told the trial of three former directors of Anglo Irish Bank that it was “normal” for a credit committee to be independent(...)

Dara O’Reilly told the trial  he believed businessman Seán Quinn was not happy about the unwinding of his holding in ANglo Irish Bank. Photograph:  Collins Courts

The former financial director of the Quinn Group has said the Quinn family was “doing what they were told to (...)

Mr Justice Peter Kelly today gave the go-ahead for survival proposals which will see a €10.5 million investment in SIAC, with about €5 million going to secured bank creditors - Bank of Ireland, Bank of Scotland and KBC Bank - owed some €42 million. Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill/The Irish Times

The High Court has approved a survival scheme for seven key companies in construction giant SIAC which employ about 200 people. The sche(...)