The jury foreman in the longest-running criminal trial in the history of the State has told the court that they have reached verdicts on two of the counts.
The jury in the trial of four former bank executives accused of conspiring to defraud has suspended its deliberations after a juror became ill this morning.
The jury in the trial of four former bank executives accused of conspiring to defraud has gone home for a second evening without reaching any verdicts.
Judge Martin Nolan has told the jury that four former bankers accused of conspiracy to defraud in 2008 are entitled to a fair hearing and that the trial is no place for prejudice.
A jury in a conspiracy to defraud trial has been asked to consider the fact the financial regulator knew about the so-called “back-to-back transactions”.
Counsel for a former executive of Anglo Irish Bank claims the prosecution has not proven he had any criminal intent in an alleged conspiracy to defraud.
A jury has been asked to carefully scrutinise the states of mind of two former Irish Life & Permanent bankers accused of conspiring to defraud.
An accounting expert has denied being confused about “labyrinthine” accounting standards while giving evidence at the trial of four former bankers accused of conspiring to mislead investors.
Anglo Irish Bank engaged in a €7.2bn back to back deal to boost their balance sheet for the year ending September 2008 because it was such a bad month for the bank, a court has heard.
A senior accountant for Anglo Irish Bank has told the trial of four former senior bankers that it wasn't a good moment for him when the bank's auditors contacted him in 2009 about the accounting treatment of a billion-euro deal.
A man has been excused from serving on the jury in the ongoing trial of four former executives from Anglo Irish Bank and Irish Life and Permanent (ILP).
Anglo Irish Bank considered taking over or merging with Irish Life & Permanent at the height of the 2008 financial crisis, the trial of four bankers has heard.
A former liquidity manager with Irish Life and Permanent has said he was not told the purpose of circular transactions between ILP, Irish Life Assurance and Anglo Irish Bank in March 2008, the trial of four senior bankers has heard.
A senior banker with Irish Life and Permanent has told the trial of four banking executives that he was uncomfortable with alleged inter-bank transfers of €7.2bn with Anglo Irish Bank.