John Bowe

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The Anglo trial is now the longest-running criminal trial in the history of the State

The jury in the trial of four former bankers accused of conspiracy to defraud in 2008 have been sent home after deliberating for just over three hour(...)

Anglo’s former headquarters in Dublin.

The jury in the trial of four former bankers accused of conspiracy to defraud in 2008 has resumed its deliberations. Four former executives from Anglo(...)

Four men are alleged to have been  involved in setting up a scheme of circular €1 billion transactions where Anglo Irish Bank lent money to ILP and ILP sent the money back, via their assurance firm Irish Life Assurance, to Anglo. File photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times  Photographer: Dara Mac Donaill / THE IRISH TIMES

A jury resumes deliberations today in the trial of four former Anglo Irish Bank executives accused of conspiring to mislead investors as to the financ(...)

Former head of capital markets at Anglo Irish Bank, John Bowe (52) from Glasnevin. Photograph: Collins

The jury in the trial of four former bankers accused of conspiracy to defraud in 2008 has begun its deliberations. Four former executives from Anglo (...)

The jury in the trial of four former bankers accused of conspiracy to defraud in 2008 is expected to begin deliberating later on Tuesday.

The jury in the trial of four former bankers accused of conspiracy to defraud in 2008 is expected to begin deliberating later on Tuesday. Continuin(...)

Former director of finance of Irish Life and Permanent Peter Fitzpatrick.

Judge Martin Nolan has told the jury that four former bankers accused of conspiracy to defraud in 2008 are entitled to a fair hearing and that the tri(...)

Former Irish Life & Permanent chief, Denis Casey Photograph: Collins Courts

Every single action by the Financial Regulator was consistent with it approving a €7 billion deal allegedly designed to mislead the markets, a trial h(...)

Counsel for Willie McAteer (pictured) said the former Anglo director knew the transaction would be scrutinised by the regulator.  Photograph: David Sleator/The Irish Times

The extent of disclosures to the Financial Regulator of the €7 billion euro deals at the heart of a conspiracy to defraud trial is not consistent with(...)

Counsel for John Bowe said no evidence the former Anglo executive intended to join a dishonest scheme. Photograph: Collins Courts

The State has called no expert witness to prove that the €7.2 billion deal at the heart of a conspiracy to defraud trial had no commercial substance, (...)

The court heard details of a conversation between John Bowe and a staff member at the Financial Regulator. Photograph: Collins Courts

A former Anglo Irish Bank executive accused of conspiracy to defraud was “open and frank” with the Financial Regulator because he didn’t believe anyth(...)

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