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.
The brother of the former chief executive of Anglo Irish Bank David Drumm has said that it is a nonsense to suggest that his sibling fled the country.
When Anglo’s share price plunged in March 2008, its former Director of Treasury says he was asked to find ways to improve its corporate deposits.
The trial is underway of four former bankers accused of misleading investors and depositors in Anglo Irish Bank.
The Court of Appeal has been asked to step in and restore the good reputation of a former Anglo Irish Bank executive.
The State's case against two former Anglo Irish Bank officials, jailed for conspiring to conceal or alter bank accounts being sought by the Revenue Commissioners, was astonishingly weak, the Court of Appeal has been told.
Lawyers for a man who used to be second in command at Anglo Irish Bank claim he was denied a fair trial and should have his conviction set aside.