Det Chief Supt Eugene Corcoran has also spoken out against lawyers and accountants who help criminals disguise their assets.

The head of the Criminal Assets Bureau has said fresh legislation is needed to help the bureau combat advances in technology and communications that (...)

Det Chief Supt Eugene Corcoran, head of the Criminal Assets Bureau: “Our legislation doesn’t keep abreast of advances perhaps as quickly as it should.” Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

On the morning of June 27th, 1996, then taoiseach John Bruton stood up in the Dáil and said he wished to make a statement. It was less than three week(...)

The two-year-old “Ladies Rolex Perpetual Datejust” watch  was seized under the Proceeds of Crime Act and sold for €7,000.

A Rolex watch auctioned on eBay by the Criminal Assets Bureau (Cab) has yielded a return to the Exchequer “three to four times higher” than would have(...)

 Eugene Corcoran, head of the Criminal Assets Bureau,  has insisted a fresh legal challenge by convicted criminal John Gilligan to the sale of Jessbrook Equestrian Centre and adjoining lands has “no legal basis”. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

The head of the Criminal Assets Bureau has insisted a fresh legal challenge by convicted criminal John Gilligan to the sale of Jessbrook Equestrian Ce(...)

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