The DPP has reportedly been weighing whether to bring charges against David Drumm since receiving a file from investigators in late 2011. Photograph: The Irish Times

Towards the end of the trial of three former Anglo Irish Bank directors at Dublin Circuit Criminal Court last year, a defence lawyer described it as “(...)

The trial of two former Anglo Irish Bank executives  Pat Whelan (left)
and Willie McAteer over an alleged fraudulent loan of over ¤8 million will start in January 2017. Photograph: Eric Luke / The Irish Times

The trial of two former Anglo Irish Bank executives over an alleged fraudulent loan of over €8 million will start in January 2017.Former finance direc(...)

Businessman Sean Quinn.  Lawyers on behalf of the Quinn family made an application to Dublin Circuit Criminal Court for a transcript of the criminal trial for use by the Quinn in two upcoming civil actions. Photograph: Collins

Lawyers for a former director of Anglo Irish Bank have described a request by the Quinn family for a transcript of his previous criminal trial as a “f(...)

William McAteer (left) of Rathgar, Dublin, and Pat Whelan  of Malahide, Dublin, at Dublin Circuit Criminal Court this morning. Photograph: Collins.

Two former directors of Anglo Irish Bank have each been sentenced to 240 hours community service for giving illegal loans to developers to buy shares (...)

The  Anglo Irish Bank signage is removed from the bank’s head  office in St Stephen’s Green Dublin in 2011. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien/The Irish Times

Former Anglo Irish Bank executive William McAteer and three co-accused will stand trial in 2016 on charges of conspiring to mislead the bank’s investo(...)

Former Anglo Irish Bank chairman Seán FitzPatrick is pictured after being acquitted of  16 counts of providing illegal loans to the Quinn family and the Maple Ten group of investors. The State will not have to pay the legal costs arising from the case, a judge has ruled. Photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times.

The State will not have to pay the legal costs of former Anglo Irish Bank chairman Seán FitzPatrick arising from his recent criminal trial, a judge ha(...)

William McAteer (R) of Rathgar, Dublin, and Pat Whelan (L) of Malahide, Dublin, were found guilty earlier this month of providing unlawful loans to 10 property developers in July 2008 to buy shares in the bank, contrary to section 60 of the Companies Act. 1:00

Two former directors of Anglo Irish Bank convicted of providing unlawful loans to 10 businessmen to buy shares in the bank will not be jailed, (...)

Robert Heron told Dublin Circuit Criminal Court he was not aware money was being lent to 10 wealthy clients – the Maple 10. Photograph: PA

A solicitor who advised Anglo Irish Bank as it planned the “Project Maple” share-buying deal in July 2008 has denied he told the bank it was le(...)

Pat Whelan, former director of Anglo Irish Bank, and Willie McAteer, former director of finance, leave Dublin Circuit Criminal Court after yesterday’s guilty verdicts. Photograph: Eric Luke

Two former directors of Anglo Irish Bank face up to five years in prison after they were found guilty of providing illegal loa(...)

Court 19 at the at the Dublin Central Criminal Court where the Anglo Irish Bank trial took place. Photograph: Cyril Byrne / The Irish Times

Charges faced by Pat Whelan related to the fraudulent alteration of loan facility letters at Anglo Irish Bank were dropped late on in the trial(...)