O’Donoghue’s on Suffolk St, Dublin 2. Photograph: Tom Honan for The Irish Times.

Receivers are entitled to an injunction requiring a publican to vacate a Dublin city centre premises so it can be used to help pay off a €6 million de(...)

Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Four shareholders of Irish Life and Permanent have lost an appeal over the validity of mechanisms used to recapitalise IL&P following the financia(...)

Former Anglo Irish  Bank chief executive David Drumm:  has pleaded not guilty. Photograph: Collins Courts

A former Anglo Irish Bank company secretary has said she amended minutes of an audit committee meeting to include a reference to a transaction with Ir(...)

Denis Casey. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

The former chief executive of Irish Life & Permanent (IL&P), jailed for his role in a €7.2 billion fraud about the true health of Anglo Irish (...)

John Bowe, former head of capital markets with Anglo Irish Bank:  pleaded not guilty to conspiring to mislead investors by using interbank loans. Photograph: Collins Courts

The Court of Appeal has reserved judgment on appeals taken by two former bank executives who were jailed last year for a €7.2 billion conspiracy commi(...)

Former Anglo Irish Bank executives John Bowe and Willie McAteer and the former chief executive of Irish Life and Permanent, Denis Casey, were found guilty by a jury at Dublin Circuit Criminal Court of agreeing a scheme to mislead the public about the true health of the bank.

Three former bank executives jailed for conspiracy are set to bring appeals against their convictions next March. In July, former Anglo Irish Bank ex(...)

Willie McAteer, Denis Casey and John Bowe were all handed jail terms on Friday for their roles in a €7 billion fraud. Photograph: Composite/Brenda Fitzsimons/Collins Courts

Three former bankers have been handed prison sentences for their roles in a €7 billion fraud. Former Anglo Irish Bank executive Willie McAteer has b(...)

Denis Casey, Willie McAteer and John Bowe are due to be sentenced on Monday. Photograph: Composite/Brenda Fitzsimons/Collins Courts

Judge Martin Nolan will sentence the three former banking executives convicted of taking part in a €7 billion fraud on Friday. The sentence hearing f(...)

Denis Casey: former chief executive of ILP. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons/The Irish Times

The prosecution of suspected white-collar crimes arising from the latter days of the much-despised Anglo Irish Bank is proving a very costly affair. (...)

Judge Martin, in his February ruling, said he found Casey’s testimony to be believable and that in his view Central Bank governor John Hurley (above) and the Financial Regulator, Pat Neary, were very ‘hands on’ in relation to the ‘green jersey’ agenda. The two men ‘knew exactly what they were up to’ and exactly what the problem was.

Advice from the Financial Regulator that the Irish banks should enter into a secret “green jersey” agenda to help each other get through the 2008 fina(...)

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