#Anglo Irish Bank
# anglo-irish-bank - Today’s News
They’ve jumped the fence, baby, and are coming to visit us.
# anglo-irish-bank - Friday 15 February, 2013
Michael Noonan has said Mike Aynsley and other senior IBRC figures are entitled only to their statutory minimums.
# anglo-irish-bank - Sunday 10 February, 2013
# anglo-irish-bank - Saturday 9 February, 2013
It was dramatic, chaotic, uncertain and very confusing as Ireland struck a deal to tear up the promissory notes and repay Anglo’s debts over a longer period. Here’s how it unfolded…
# anglo-irish-bank - Friday 8 February, 2013
The government argues that swapping the €3.06 billion annual payments for long-term bonds is the best we could have got, but others argue we’re still paying the debt. What do you think?
# anglo-irish-bank - Thursday 7 February, 2013
The restructured debt obligation will give the Government fiscal space and breathing room. Whether this benefits the young depends on what they do with that time, writes Sam Brazys.
The Taoiseach’s full speech to the Dáil on the revised promissory note arrangements which will see the IOUs replaced with long-term government bonds.
David Hall says his case concerns issues wider than that of the €3.06 billion payment due in March that now appears unlikely following the liquidation of IBRC overnight.
Why on earth were the Dáil and Seanad sitting until the small hours of this morning? This might help…
David Hall’s legal challenge to the €3.06 billion Anglo promissory note was dismissed by the High Court last week but he intends to appeal to the Supreme Court this morning despite the overnight developments.
TDs voted by 113 votes to 35 to wind down the former Anglo, laying off its employees with immediate effect.
Watch live from the Seanad Chamber as members deliberate on whether to immediately wind down the former Anglo.
Here’s the total voting chart for how the Dáil divided on its final decision to liquidate the former Anglo Irish Bank.
Catch up with text commentary from the Dáil as TDs voted to wind up the former Anglo.
# anglo-irish-bank - Wednesday 6 February, 2013
The government wants to issue long-term bonds to get rid of the IBRC promissory notes. What do you think?
Michael D Higgins has interrupted a trip to Italy to make himself available if the Oireachtas passes an IBRC bill tonight.
It’ll be a late one in the Dail.
Paul Kehoe: “The Minister for Finance has taken action to secure the stability of IBRC in the face of these leaks.”
TDs will reconvene after 10pm tonight to discuss plans to transfer IBRC’s assets to NAMA – as part of a deal to replace the promissory notes with long-term Government bonds.
# anglo-irish-bank - Monday 4 February, 2013
The Fianna Fáil finance spokesperson has called on Michael Noonan to hold face-to-face negotiations with the European Central Bank president after he wrote to him last month.
# anglo-irish-bank - Sunday 3 February, 2013
You have been and will be hearing a lot about promissory notes in the coming weeks but what’s it all about? We’ve taken your questions, come up with some of our own and asked the experts…
# anglo-irish-bank - Friday 1 February, 2013
15 TDs, led by Shane Ross, have tabled a motion calling for a public assertion that Ireland won’t make the next repayment.
Do our politicians have it in them to say no more, asks writer and journalist, Nick Webb, who gives his ideas on what should be top of the politician’s to-do list.
# anglo-irish-bank - Thursday 31 January, 2013
The Dublin businessman David Hall had taken a case against the State arguing that the issuing of the €31 billion promissory notes to the former Anglo Irish Bank is illegal as there was no Dáil vote.
# anglo-irish-bank - Tuesday 29 January, 2013
Ireland is due to pay €3.06 billion in 60 days’ time – but Enda Kenny remains positive that a deal can be reached.
# anglo-irish-bank - Monday 28 January, 2013
It’s back on the agenda as the Irish government seeks a deal to avoid paying back €3.06 billion due in March, but what do you want to know about those pesky promissory notes?
# anglo-irish-bank - Sunday 27 January, 2013
Leo Varadkar and Pat Rabbitte have both insisted that the discussions on reducing the burden of Ireland’s bank debt will continue despite a report that the ECB had rejected a key Irish government proposal.
Tánaiste Eamon Gilmore will address world leaders – including Angela Merkel – in Chile today as hopes for a deal on Ireland’s bank debt took a blow last night and the opposition criticised the government’s lack of openness.
# anglo-irish-bank - Saturday 26 January, 2013
Reuters cites ECB sources as saying the proposal was discussed this week – and ruled out as being illegal under EU treaties.
# anglo-irish-bank - Wednesday 23 January, 2013
Here are the things we learned, loved and shared today.
The former chief executive and chairman of the defunct Anglo Irish Bank is due in court alongside two other former directors at the bank this morning.
# anglo-irish-bank - Sunday 20 January, 2013
In a wide-ranging interview with RTÉ, the Taoiseach also said that he was “not in the business of providing abortion on demand” and said the Anglo promissory note would be restructured.
# anglo-irish-bank - Monday 14 January, 2013
The repayment is part of over €17 billion that will be paid to bondholders by Irish banks in 2013.
# anglo-irish-bank - Thursday 3 January, 2013
The bankrupt businessman has given an interview to the BBC just hours after his release from Mountjoy Prison where he spent the last nine weeks.
# anglo-irish-bank - Monday 31 December, 2012
Compared to last year this was not Ireland’s best year in the eyes of the international media which focussed on the very different circumstances of two stars of the Celtic Tiger and Ireland’s strict abortion laws…
# anglo-irish-bank - Friday 28 December, 2012
The only one of Ireland’s main banks not under State control makes the final payment to bondholders today bringing to over €20 billion the amount paid out by it and other banks this year.
# anglo-irish-bank - Friday 21 December, 2012
The former Anglo Irish Bank chief executive has been charged and remanded on bail until March 1.
The former Anglo Irish Bank chief executive was arrested by appointment before an appearance at Dublin District Court.
# anglo-irish-bank - Wednesday 19 December, 2012
Pat Rabbitte has said Ireland won’t make the €3billion payment. But the real situation is much bleaker, writes Sarah McCabe.