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The inquiry is seeking to establish if four former INBS managers were involved in seven so-called contraventions at the building society between August 2004 and September 2008. Photograph: Bloomberg

No approval for a €1 million loan advanced to a developer in 2006 by Irish Nationwide Building Society (INBS) was found by the society’s external audi(...)

Mary O’Dea

Mary O’Dea, who stepped in as acting head of the financial regulator during the crisis, has quit the Central Bank months after returning to the organi(...)

Former Irish Life and Permanent chief executive Denis Casey leaving the Criminal Courts of Justice in Dublin. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons/The Irish Times

A sentencing hearing will be held next month for three former senior banking executives after the longest criminal trial in Irish legal history ended(...)

Former ILP finance director, Peter Fitzpatrick Photograph: Collins Courts

The State has concluded its evidence in the trial of four former bank executives accused of conspiring to mislead investors by setting up a €7 billio(...)

Kevin Cardiff: Brian Cowen was “calm and in charge” on the night of the fateful bank guarantee meeting. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

The Government put together a “fighting fund” of about €20 billion in advance of the meeting on September 29th, 2008, that led to a blanket bank guara(...)

Patrick Neary: the then financial regulator accepted the bank guarantee was a ‘throw of the dice’. Photograph: David Sleator

Anglo Irish Bank executives still believed after the 2008 bank guarantee that it would be Ireland’s most profitable bank – just two months before it w(...)

Former financial regulator Patrick NearyPatrick Neary arriving at the Oireachtas banking inquiry last May. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill.

2008 March 17th: St Paddy’s Day massacre as Anglo shares plummet 30 per cent in price. September 15th: US bank Lehman Brothers collapses. Septe(...)

Developers Michael O’Flynn (left) and Johnny Ronan  who have  separately  expressed concerns about the final banking inquiry report and threatened legal action.

Two of the country’s largest developers have made fresh legal threats to the Oireachtas banking inquiry. Johnny Ronan and Michael O’Flynn, who are (...)

Mr O’Connor said banks were often relying on personal guarantees from borrowers which proved to have no value.

A partner at Pricewaterhouse Coopers has told the Dáil’s banking inquiry that €8-10 billion a day in deposits were being withdrawn from Irish banks in(...)

Businessman Seán Quinn. Photograph: RTÉ

A total of 67 witnesses, including former Anglo Irish Bank chairman Seán FitzPatrick and former financial regulator Patrick Neary, can expect to be(...)

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