David Drumm, former Anglo chief executive and Sean Fitzpatrick,  former chairman.

Part 1: September–December 2007 September 11th, 2007: Ardboyne HotelEarly aut(...)

“I said what about the regulator and your man said sure they’ll be delighted with it” - Sean FitzPatrick on David Drumm talking about the deal (...)

Brendan O’Brien, industrial organiser with Siptu, has written to city manager Owen Keegan calling on him to “abandon what is a charade of a review” of Dublin’s ambulance service. Photograph: David Sleator

Renewed calls have been made for a review of Dublin’s ambulance service to be abandoned following revelations about a HSE plan(...)

Former Anglo Irish Bank chairman Seán FitzPatrick has pleaded not guilty to all charges. Photograph: Collins

Procedures requiring Anglo Irish Bank loans of more than €25 million to be referred to a non-executive director appeared not to have been follo(...)

Witness Niall Tuite at Dublin Circuit Criminal Court. Photograph: Collins Courts.

A building developer who was one of the so-called Maple Ten lenders has told the trial of three former Anglo Irish Bank executives that the ban(...)

Lorcan McCloskey leaving the  the Circuit Criminal Court yesterday: said  Michael O’Sullivan called him to return to Anglo’s office  and effect a €20m transfer to cover  Seán  Quinn’s margin calls.   Photograph: Niall Carson/PA Wire

A former Anglo Irish Bank official has said he received “effectively a Mayday call” o(...)

Michael O’Sullivan. Photograph: Courtpix

A former Anglo Irish Bank official had a “heated exchange” with his line manager after reporting concerns about the terms of loans to the “Maple 10(...)

“Lorcan McCluskey told Dublin Circuit Criminal Court he did not agree with amending the facility letters to the 10 men, who had each been lent €60 million in July 2008 to buy Anglo shares, as it could have limited the bank’s return on the loans to the value of the shares rather than 25 per cent of the loan value.” Photograph: Frank Miller

A former Anglo Irish Bank associate director refused to sign letters changing the terms of the loans to the s(...)

  Seán Quinn:   he described his dealings in Anglo’s shares and contracts for difference as a “fiasco” and said he had taken “a right beating” as a result. He said the experience had left him “furious”. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Businessman Seán Quinn has said he felt like “a fool” after he lost €3.2 billion investing in Anglo Irish Bank. Mr Quinn described his dealings in the(...)

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