The trial of former CEO of Anglo Irish Bank, David Drumm (51) in now in its 42nd day at Dublin Circuit Criminal Court. Photograph: Collins Courts

A former Anglo Irish Bank executive said “all those guys supposed to do us special favours” had fallen away by September 2008, leaving only Irish Life(...)

The trial of former Anglo Irish Bank chief executive David Drumm on a conspiracy to defraud charge is now  in its sixth week. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

A former senior Anglo Irish Bank official told the financial regulator not to “read too much” into a €7.2 billion end-of-month transaction with Irish (...)

 John Bowe: told Anglo chairman Seán FitzPatrick that “we have a big funny with Permo”. Photopraph:  Collins Courts

John Bowe studied accounting and finance in Dublin City University until 1986. He joined Standard Chartered Bank (Ireland) Ltd as a graduate trainee. (...)

The longest trial in Irish criminal history centred on a €7.2 billion transaction between Anglo Irish Bank and Irish Life & Permanent

There was no commercial substance to a series of transactions in September 2008 between Anglo Irish Bank and Irish Life & Permanent and their only(...)

John Bowe, the former head of capital markets at Anglo Irish Bank leaving court, where he is facing charges relating to financial transfers involving Irish Life Assurance, Irish Life &  Permanent and Anglo Irish Bank, between March and September 2008. Photograph: Collins Courts.

The former chief executive of Anglo Irish Bank, David Drumm, asked about “bloating” the bank’s balance sheet with short term inter-bank loans in 2008,(...)

A senior accountant for Anglo Irish Bank has told the trial of four former senior bankers that it wasn’t a good moment for him when the bank’s auditor(...)

Witness Ciaran McArdle, a dealer with Anglo’s group trading department, arrives at the Dublin Circuit Criminal Court to continue giving evidence in the trial of four former bankers  who are accused of conspiring to mislead investors by using interbank loans to make Anglo Irish appear €7.2 billion more valuable. Photograph: Collins Courts.

A dealer with Anglo Irish Bank has told the trial of four senior bankers that the bank could not rely on the State’s pillar banks to come to its aid d(...)

Dealer in Anglo’s trading department told official at Financial Regulator’s office told: “We have boosted our customer funding number. It’s not a real number.”

A financial dealer with Anglo Irish Bank told the financial regulator in October 2008 that the bank was trying to manipulate their balance sheet for t(...)

Former Irish Life & Permanent chief executive Denis Casey leaving  Dublin Circuit Criminal Court where he is accused of conspiring to mislead investors. Photograph: Collins Courts.

The trial of four former bankers accused of conspiring to mislead investors is continuing into its fourth week. Former Irish Life and Permanent (IL&(...)