The jury in a conspiracy to defraud trial has been told to suspend its deliberations until Monday - because a juror has been hospitalised.
The former CEO of Anglo Irish Bank, David Drumm, asked about “bloating” the bank's balance sheet with short term inter-bank loans in 2008, a court has heard.
The Financial Regulator told bank executives it was time to “wear the green jersey” in early 2008, a former director from AIB bank has told a jury.
Staff in the Finance department of Anglo Irish Bank were “very annoyed” when they learned how Irish Life and Permanent (ILP) was treating an allegedly circular billion euro transaction, a trial has heard.
Latest: Former Anglo Irish Bank executive Bernard Daly has issued at statement through his solicitor after his conviction was quashed by the Court of Appeal today.
A senior banker with Anglo Irish Bank refused to sign off on inter-bank transfers of €7.2bn which were allegedly made to manipulate the bank's balance sheets, a trial has heard.
The trial of four former bankers accused of conspiring to defraud investors in Anglo has been hearing about its poor relationship with other Irish banks.