#Anglo Irish Bank
# anglo-irish-bank - Thursday 4 July, 2013
The Finance Minister has been expressing concerns about “contamination of evidence” while answering questions about the Anglo Tapes controversy today.
# anglo-irish-bank - Wednesday 3 July, 2013
NAMA announced Certus and Pepper Asset Servicing/Serco as its preferred bidders for the portfolios.
# anglo-irish-bank - Tuesday 2 July, 2013
…to a German newspaper.
Gerry Adams said he was surprised that Noonan is only writing to banks tomorrow, given that it is five years since the banking crisis.
# anglo-irish-bank - Monday 1 July, 2013
Michael D reassures Irish people they will be recognised internationally for their spirit and hard work.
AIB and Bank of Ireland are in the spotlight in the latest round of Anglo Tapes by the Irish Independent. Here are some of the more memorable quotes.
# anglo-irish-bank - Sunday 30 June, 2013
“I cannot change this now but I can apologise to those who had to listen to it and who were understandably so offended by it,” the former Anglo chief executive said.
# anglo-irish-bank - Friday 28 June, 2013
For a rainy day.
The German chancellor was asked about the controversial recordings of former Anglo Irish Bank executives in Brussels last night.
# anglo-irish-bank - Thursday 27 June, 2013
The Sinn Féin finance spokesperson has said while release of the tapes is in the public interest there are questions to answer about how they got to the Irish Independent.
Three years before the bank guarantee, the then-CEO was talking up Anglo’s hiring policy and describing the outlook for Ireland as ‘very positive indeed’.
The bankrupt former billionaire tells the Impartial Reporter his time in jail has made him determined to clear his name.
The bank’s former chief executive David Drumm discusses strategy with head of capital markets John Bowe ahead of a crucial meeting with the authorities in September 2008 in the latest Irish Independent tapes.
# anglo-irish-bank - Wednesday 26 June, 2013
The finance minister says reporting on the tapes will influence public opinion in the states funding Ireland’s EU bailout.
Reports this morning suggest the government might have another go at the polls to increase committee’s powers.
And another German newspaper says that Anglo bankers and others should be put in a sack and beaten.
Furniture from former offices of the infamous bank in south Dublin will go up for auction this weekend.
What angers me about these telephone recordings is that they are only the tip of the iceberg, writes Aaron McKenna, who says a banking investigation is needed now.
# anglo-irish-bank - Tuesday 25 June, 2013
The government has indicated that an inquiry into the bank crisis could get underway later this year.
Brendan Howlin promises a robust inquiry into the night of the bank guarantee.
More revelations in today’s Irish Independent which shed new light on the conduct of senior bankers at the toxic bank…
John Bowe, Anglo’s head of capital markets in 2008, insists that recorded exchanges between him and another executive took place “during a period of severe and unprecedented market dislocation”.
# anglo-irish-bank - Monday 24 June, 2013
Ciarán Lynch, the chair of the Oireachtas finance committee, says the tapes may be “the tip of the iceberg”.
Opposition parties have called for Gardaí, the DPP and the Director of Corporate Enforcement to investigate the content of the tapes.
There have been calls for a fresh banking inquiry following the revelations in the Irish Independent this morning.
# anglo-irish-bank - Wednesday 5 June, 2013
The graffiti, shown in our pictures, was discovered this morning and the owner of the site, the Central Bank, is now investigating how a break-in occurred.
# anglo-irish-bank - Saturday 27 April, 2013
The finance minister says the ECB has not told Ireland to refuse Freedom of Information requests about the IBRC wind-up.
# anglo-irish-bank - Saturday 20 April, 2013
The Irish Bank Officials Association is now telling its members at IBRC to cooperate with NAMA if they are interested in roles there having previously said it was “imperative” that they did not cooperate.
# anglo-irish-bank - Saturday 6 April, 2013
Staff at the former Anglo Irish Bank have seen previously agreed redundancy packages invalidated following the dramatic liquidation of the financial institution in February.
# anglo-irish-bank - Friday 29 March, 2013
Ireland will still guarantee bonds issued by banks since 2010, but will no longer guarantee new bonds or high-level deposits.
# anglo-irish-bank - Wednesday 27 March, 2013
With over 24 million documents and a court case that could take over six months, the availability of jurors and their understanding of this complex trial is being flagged by legal professionals. Nuala Haughey explores the future of juries in white collar crime cases.
# anglo-irish-bank - Friday 22 March, 2013
Since the bank formerly known as Anglo Irish Bank was liquidated last month ordinary workers have been left in the dark as to their fate and that of redundancy packages they’d agreed prior to ‘promnight’. Here, an employee speaks out…
# anglo-irish-bank - Thursday 7 March, 2013
Labour has had to make some tough choices in government but, as a result, Ireland can be more confident about its future, writes Tánaiste Eamon Gilmore.
# anglo-irish-bank - Wednesday 6 March, 2013
The former head of the now defunct bank was back in court today ahead of his and two other former bank executives’ trial next year.
# anglo-irish-bank - Friday 1 March, 2013
The 64-year-old faces charges of making 12 counts of misleading Anglo Irish Bank’s auditors.
# 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?