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.