A jury has today been sworn in for the trial of former Anglo Irish Bank Chairman Sean FitzPatrick.
Rogue trader Nick Leeson has urged the former head of Anglo Irish Bank David Drumm to return to Ireland to answer for the toxic lender’s collapse.
Attempts to extradite former Anglo chief David Drumm could be hindered by a potential perjury prosecution in the US.
Ireland has launched an attempt to extradite the ex-chief of rogue lender Anglo Irish Bank after he failed to be declared bankrupt in the US.
The Department of Justice has said it will not comment on reports that it has begun the process to extradite David Drumm from the United States.
The State requires an enlarged jury panel to deal with the case of former Anglo Irish Bank executive William McAteer and three co-accused, the Dublin Circuit Criminal Court heard this morning.
Former Anglo Irish Bank chairman Sean Fitzpatrick has been granted legal aid for his upcoming trial on charges of failing to disclose loans from another bank.
Two former executives at the defunct Anglo Irish Bank will serve 240 hours community service for their role in an illegal lending plot.
Two former Anglo Irish Bank executives are to be sentenced for engaging in an illegal share support scheme.
A former Anglo Irish Bank clerk has been given a suspended sentence for defrauding his employer of €200,000 while the bank was being nationalised.
Former Anglo Irish Bank chairman Sean FitzPatrick is to apply for the State to pay his legal fees from his recent criminal trial.
Former Anglo Irish Bank chief executive David Drumm is set to answer further questions this morning on the second day of bankruptcy trial in the US.
The trial of former Anglo Irish Bank chairman Sean FitzPatrick on charges of failing to tell the bank's auditors about loans he received has been put back to February next year.
The bankruptcy hearing of former Anglo Irish Bank chief executive David Drumm begins in the United States this morning.
The prosecution has described the circumstances surrounding an allegedly illegal loan for shares deal at Anglo Irish Bank as "topsy turvy".
Former Anglo chairman Sean FitzPatrick told gardaí that the bank's chief executive David Drumm rarely sought advice as he wanted to show "he was very independent" of him.
One of the special liquidators of the former Anglo Irish Bank has admitted that a deal they reached on the code of conduct on mortgage arrears has no legal standing.
Ireland’s one-time richest man Sean Quinn suspected the now-defunct Anglo Irish Bank made a sweetheart deal to unwind his secret shareholding in the lender, a court has been told.
The Anglo trial has been hearing evidence that the Financial Regulator was "four square" behind a deal to unwind former billionaire Sean Quinn's 29% stake in the bank.
A court has heard that businessman Sean Quinn "paid a very high price" for investing in Anglo Irish Bank.
The trial of three former Anglo Irish Bank executives has heard businessman Sean Quinn admitted to the financial regulator that he had been greedy in building up a stake in the bank.
A former employee of the Companies Office is the first witness to be called in the trial of three former Anglo Irish Bank executives.
Anglo Irish Bank chased clients to the south of France and Portugal in a planned €800m deal to unwind secret share investments built up by former billionaire Sean Quinn, a court has been told.
The jury in the trial of three former Anglo Irish Bank executives over the alleged unlawful provision of loans for the purchase of shares has been told that it is making legal history.
The selection of a jury for the trial of three former Anglo irish Bank executives has now been compelted.
Trial proceedings are beginning in the case against former Anglo Chairman Sean FitzPatrick, the bank’s former head of Irish operations Pat Whelan, and former Finance Director Willie McAteer..
Jury selection is about to get underway for the trial of Sean FitzPatrick and two of his former colleagues at Anglo Irish Bank.
Fifteen jurors will be selected to hear a trial of three former Anglo Irish Bank executives today.
The High Court has today extended the investigation into the collapse of Anglo Irish Bank by another year.
Three former bank executives are to stand trial charged with a €7.2bn fraud conspiracy.
The Government will today be urged to ask the EU for a one-off change to European treaties.
The Courts Service intend to send out 1,500 jury summonses ahead of the trial of three former Anglo Irish Bank executives.
The case of the former chairman and two former directors of Anglo Irish Bank will be mentioned again next month for a further disclosure hearing, pending the trial in January.
The trial of former solicitor Thomas Byrne has heard Anglo Irish Bank relied on the former solicitor to provide proof that he was using valid properties as collateral on €4.6m in loans.
The family of bankrupt businessman Sean Quinn has been given permission to sue former Anglo Irish Bank CEO David Drumm in Ireland.
Lawyers for three former Anglo Irish Bank executives due to go on trial next January have raised concerns about the slow pace of the disclosure of documents from the Department of Finance.
A date has been set for a hearing on disclosure in relation to the upcoming trial of former Anglo Irish Bank executives at Dublin Circuit Criminal Court.
Deputy Labour leader Joan Burton has said that she is content that the Taoiseach has set out clearly what contact he had with executives from Anglo Irish Bank.
The Taoiseach has been asked to give a detailed explanation of his contact with senior officials in Anglo Irish Bank during the banking crisis.
Sean FitzPatrick, the former Anglo Irish Bank chairman, will stand trial in October of next year.
Fianna Fáil says Anglo Irish Bank set a trap to lure the government, the Central Bank and the Irish people.
A judge has been told a large amount of behind-the-scenes work is taking place ahead of the trials of two former Anglo Irish Bank executives and its former chairman Sean FitzPatrick.
Former Anglo Irish Bank chairman Sean FitzPatrick will likely not stand trial until the end of 2014 on charges of failing to make disclosures to the bank's auditors about loans he received.
A civil action is being taken against former chief executive of the Irish Nationwide Building Society, Michael Fingleton.
A legal action against the former Anglo Irish Bank by the family of Sean Quinn is back on track.
Sean FitzPatrick has revealed he paid the school and college fees of children whose parents were employed by Anglo Irish Bank.
A former manager at Anglo Irish Bank is being examined as part of High Court bankruptcy proceedings against Sean FitzPatrick.
The family of bankrupt businessman Sean Quinn will today take steps to keep alive their multimillion euro legal action against the former Anglo Irish Bank.
A judge has raised concerns over the availability of jurors for the trial of former Anglo Irish Bank chief executive and chairman Sean FitzPatrick and two senior executives.
A Dublin judge has warned that a "large number" of potential jurors will be needed for the trial of three former Anglo Irish Bank directors.
It is expected IBRC will seek multi-million euro damages against Peter Darragh Quinn for hiding assets from the bank.
Mortgage holders with IBRC are advised that their mortgages will not go into arrears, even if they are currently prevented from making payments.
The Tánaiste Eamon Gilmore has refused to comment on reports that he told German chancellor Angela Merkel the Fine Gael-Labour coalition would not survive without a deal on the promissory notes.
Around 24 million documents have to be examined before the former Anglo-Irish Bank chief executive and chairman Sean FitzPatrick and two senior executives go on trial, a court heard today.
The case of former Anglo Irish Bank chairman Seán FitzPatrick comes back before Dublin Circuit Criminal Court this morning.
Tánaiste Eamon Gilmore said today that talks on renegotiating the payment of the Anglo Irish Bank promissory notes are now at a critical stage.
The High Court has given the Office of the Director of Corporate Enforcement a further year to continue its investigation into the collapse of Anglo Irish Bank.
Junior Finance Minister Brian Hayes says that the Government is confident a deal can be done on the Anglo promissory note by the March 31 "date with destiny".
Finance Minister Michael Noonan has said that the Government has budgeted for the next Anglo promissory note instalment, if a deal with Europe cannot been reached.
Former Anglo Irish Bank chairman Sean Fitzpatrick is to be charged with 12 further breaches of company law.