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# anglo - Thursday 21 May, 2015
John Hurley, the former governor of the Central Bank, is before the banking inquiry today .
# anglo - Thursday 7 May, 2015
Don’t have time to mull over the news? Here’s everything you need to know.
# anglo - Tuesday 5 May, 2015
The man who has become known for his high-profile protests has taken to the streets of London.
# anglo - Friday 24 April, 2015
The former finance minister explained why IBRC and the department didn’t always get along.
# anglo - Thursday 23 April, 2015
Catherine Murphy tells us about the “extraordinary turn of events” that led to taxpayers losing millions.
# anglo - Wednesday 22 April, 2015
It got a bit feisty at Leaders’ Questions today.
# anglo - Monday 13 April, 2015
The former Anglo boss is charged on 12 different counts.
# anglo - Wednesday 11 March, 2015
The banking inquiry got animated today.
# anglo - Friday 20 February, 2015
The ex-Anglo chief has a new defence lawyer who boasts a 90% win rate in white collar crime trials.
# anglo - Saturday 17 January, 2015
The former Anglo CEO filed appeal papers last night.
# anglo - Thursday 15 January, 2015
The committee will write to several institutions, including AIB and the Department of Finance, seeking documents to aid its work.
# anglo - Friday 9 January, 2015
The bank said the information is “commercially sensitive”.
# anglo - Wednesday 7 January, 2015
The 122 page ruling is damning in its assessment of Drumm’s testimony.
The judgement was delivered earlier today, calling the Anglo CEO “not remotely credible”.
# anglo - Wednesday 17 December, 2014
Peter Nyberg said it’s “unlikely something really exciting and new will emerge” from the Oireachtas investigation.
# anglo - Monday 8 December, 2014
The government is playing down fears that Anglo junior bondholders are in line for repayment.
# anglo - Monday 13 October, 2014
The former Anglo executive is living in America.
# anglo - Tuesday 9 September, 2014
In a statement today, they said that any sale of their assets would result in them pursuing their return.
# anglo - Sunday 24 August, 2014
Last year, there were 2,354 Community Service Orders made, with a total of just over 352,000 hours in lieu of a custodial sentence.
# anglo - Monday 11 August, 2014
The two were charged at the Courts of Criminal Justice this morning.
# anglo - Thursday 31 July, 2014
The pair appeared at the Criminal Courts of Justice this morning.
It’s Thursday – and here’s all that you need to know as you start your day.
# anglo - Wednesday 2 July, 2014
The one-time chief of Quinn Group launched into an attack on the former Anglo Irish Bank.
# anglo - Tuesday 17 June, 2014
Willie McAteer was previously found guilty on charges of providing unlawful loans for shares to the so-called Maple 10.
# anglo - Tuesday 20 May, 2014
An itemised list of allegations of fraud was handed to a judge yesterday ahead of his bankruptcy trial.
# anglo - Wednesday 30 April, 2014
No jail time for convicted Anglo pair because Judge Nolan believes they were led into ‘error and illegality’ by the Financial Regulator? Well, the Anglo Tapes tell a very different story.
A motion will be brought before the Dáil next Tuesday following a discussion at this morning’s Cabinet meeting.
# anglo - Tuesday 29 April, 2014
Pat Whelan and Willie McAteer will now be assessed for suitability for community service.
Hint: It wasn’t good.
Meanwhile, a Labour TD is far from pleased as the initial reaction to the decision not to jail the Anglo executives rolls in.
Pat Whelan and Willie McAteer were convicted 11 days ago of providing the illegal loans to the ‘Maple 10′ developers so they could buy shares in Anglo.
# anglo - Monday 28 April, 2014
Anglo’s former lawyer told today’s sentencing hearing that he he did not know that the bank were intending to lend to the ‘Maple 10′ developers.
Willie McAteer and Pat Whelan will find out today if they are to face a jail term.
# anglo - Thursday 17 April, 2014
Everyone’s talking about Anglo bosses found guilty, Bertie Ahern, and Ukraine…
The charges carry a penalty of up to five years in prison and/or a fine of up to €30,000 per offence.
It’s Thursday – and here’s everything you need to know before 9am.
# anglo - Wednesday 16 April, 2014
FitzPatrick did not react as the verdict was read out but read a statement to reporters outside the courtroom.