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The conviction and jailing of David Drumm (above) was a recognition of the seriousness of the crimes committed, Tánaiste Simon Coveney has said. Photograph: Collins Courts.

The conviction and jailing of former Anglo Irish Bank chief executive David Drumm was a recognition of the seriousness of the crimes committed, Tánais(...)

A  lawsuit initiated in 2012 by IBRC, as Anglo Irish was renamed in 2011, is  expected to remain on hold until a separate trial involving David Drumm takes place. Photograph: Frank Millar

A professional disciplinary tribunal into the work of Anglo Irish Bank’s former auditor, EY, is set to remain on hold until at least next year, even a(...)

David Drumm arriving at the Criminal Courts of Justice  in Dublin on Wednesday where Judge Karen O’Connor jailed him for conspiracy to defraud and false accounting. Photograph: Collins Courts

Former Anglo Irish Bank chief David Drumm last night began serving the longest jail term handed down to a one-time executive of the now defunct lender(...)

Former Anglo Irish Bank chief David Drumm’s position as the highest-ranking executive at Anglo weighed heavily in the judge’s ruling. Photograph: Brian Lawless/PA

The six-year jail term handed to former Anglo Irish Bank chief David Drumm is much longer than two former colleagues received over the same transactio(...)

David Drumm, arriving at the Criminal Courts of Justice in Dublin on Wednesday for  his sentencing hearing. Photograph: Collins Courts

The anticipation built in Court 19 at the Criminal Courts of Justice as the time when Judge Karen O’Connor would sentence former Anglo Irish Bank chie(...)

David Drumm arrives at the Criminal Courts of Justice on Parkgate Street in Dublin  for his sentencing hearing. Photograph: Collins Courts

Former Anglo Irish Bank chief executive David Drumm has been sentenced to six years in jail, getting credit for five-and-a-half months served in Massa(...)

Anglo Irish Bank: in 2007 David Drumm (left, with chairman Seán Fitzpatrick) was paid €3.3 million, €2 million of it as a bonus for his magnificent stewardship. Photograph: Alan Betson

Ever had that slightly weird sensation of reading a newspaper headline and thinking, Oh, that’s good news? And then you read the story itself and real(...)

Greenpeace activists demonstrate at the entrance to the Volkswagen  plant in Wolfsburg, Germany, in  2015. “When a company runs afoul of the social consensus . . . investors have an opportunity.” Photograph:  Peter Steffen

Warren Buffett famously advised investors to be greedy when others are fearful, but new research suggests it may be equally profitable to be calm when(...)

Southgate, which is anchored by Dunnes Stores, lies on the southern edge of Drogheda, the Dublin side of the growing commuter town

Developer Phil Reilly’s Rockmill has refinanced the Southgate Shopping Centre in Drogheda, whose loans estimated to be worth €75 million were acquired(...)

An FBI raid on offices in the US. In April Leo Varadkar promised  that the Government would “beef up the role of the Office of the Director of Corporate Enforcement” to make it a “a sort of Irish FBI, if one likes, when it comes to white-collar crime”. Photograph: Getty Images

This week David Drumm, former chief executive of Anglo Irish Bank, was held to account for his criminality during the banking crisis. It only took the(...)

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