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# Anglo Irish Bank

This year
Seán Quinn says he was 'never greedy for money' but for 'success'
The businessman has said that he made decisions that were “stupid” but “totally legal”.
Green light given for demolition of former Anglo-Irish Bank HQ building on St Stephen's Green
Dublin City Council has given the green light for the building of a seven storey office block in its place.
All time
Anglo's collapse has had an outsized impact on Irish life and so will Seán FitzPatrick's legacy
The former chairman of the collapsed bank never felt he had anything to apologise for.
Paschal Donohoe calls on stockbrokers Davy to make a public statement after €4.1 million Central Bank fine
It’s understood the fine relates to a transaction involving Anglo Irish Bank bonds and a Maple 10 developer.
Former Anglo CEO David Drumm released from prison
Drumm was released from Loughan House this morning.
FactCheck: Was Micheál Martin right to say that the banks were not bailed out in 2008?
The Taoiseach has suggested that the bank guarantee was an investment.
Former Anglo chair Sean Fitzpatrick fined €25k and expelled from Chartered Accountants Ireland
A disciplinary tribunal heard that the former Anglo Irish Bank chair had committed “misconduct of a serious nature”.
Settlement reached between children of Seán Quinn and IBRC
The legal action was first filed in 2011, and had been expected to last a number of months.
High Court refuses 'radical' application by Sean Quinn's children in case against IBRC
Justice Garrett Simons said there was ‘no realistic basis’ for the application.
Sean Quinn 'gambled children's property' which left them faced with 'disastrous consequences', High Court hears
The action first initiated in 2011 was delayed for several years pending criminal cases against various Anglo officials.
Watchdog staff 'lacked expertise' to interview witnesses in 'complex' Seán FitzPatrick trial
A report said that shredding documents were among the shortcomings made in the ODCE investigation.
Profile: The rise and fall of Anglo's David Drumm
The former chief executive was this week jailed for six years.
'The tapes don't lie': Senior garda says Drumm's crimes caused 'real harm' to the public
Detective chief superintendent Pat Lordan said Drumm’s sentencing has come at the “end of a long road for An Garda Síochána”.
The aggravating and mitigating factors: How the judge in the Drumm case arrived at six years
Judge Karen O’Connor noted that the most significant form of mitigation would have been a result of a guilty plea but that was not available in this case.
Convicted of a €7.2 billion fraud - David Drumm was Anglo's man 'who called the shots' at the infamous bank
He will be sentenced on 20 June.
Former Anglo CEO David Drumm has been found guilty
The trial has been one of the longest-running in the history of the State.
Case against former Anglo chief David Drumm concludes
Drumm faces charges of alleged conspiracy to defraud Anglo depositors by inflating the Anglo deposit total by €7.2 billion in September 2008.
Judge warns David Drumm jury not to carry out research on social media
Judge Karen O’Connor said the jury must come to their own conclusion based on the evidence they hear in court.
Former IBRC chief says costs of inquiry could reach €100 million
The inquiry is investigating the sale of IBRC loans where there was a loss of at least €10 million to the taxpayer.
David Drumm called financial regulator 'f***ing shower of clowns down in Dame Street', trial hears
Today was the 30th day of the trial of former Anglo Irish Bank CEO David Drumm.
David Drumm authorised deals leading to falsification of bank's balance sheet, court hears
Drumm has pleaded not guilty to conspiring to defraud depositors and investors by “dishonestly” inflating Anglo’s deposits figure by €7.2 billion.
David Drumm pleads not guilty to two charges in Dublin court
Jury selection is under way.
Former senior Anglo banker Tiarnan O'Mahoney cleared of all charges against him
O’Mahony had been charged with conspiring to destroy or falsify records of accounts connected to the bank’s former chief executive Sean FitzPatrick
Two former bankers involved in Anglo Irish Bank defraud scheme lose court appeal
The Court of Appeal upheld the convictions of two former bankers jailed for conspiracy to defraud the public Anglo Irish Bank in 2008.
'You're now free to go': A triumphant Seán Fitzpatrick thanked the judge as he left court today
Asked if he would be celebrating tonight FitzPatrick told the press pack: “That was last night”.
Calls for heads to roll in State watchdog after acquittal of Seán FitzPatrick
The Office of the Director of Corporate Enforcement led the investigation.
State watchdog 'fully accepts' it coached witnesses in FitzPatrick trial
But the state corporate watchdog says that its practices have since changed.
Ex-Anglo chair Sean FitzPatrick acquitted of all charges on day 126 of trial
The ex-Anglo chairman’s trial had become the longest in the history of the Irish state.
Former Anglo chairman's trial is now the longest-running criminal case in Irish history
It entered its 90th day today.
Gardaí have never investigated a State official shredding Seán FitzPatrick documents
The former Anglo Irish Bank chairman is accused of misleading auditors about multimillion euro loans from the years 2002 to 2007.
Investigator in Sean FitzPatrick trial shredded documents in 'calamitous error'
“I made a dreadful mistake which thereafter I acknowledged and admitted,” he told the court.
Former Anglo Irish Bank director jailed for two-and-a-half years for fraud
Willie McAteer is currently serving a three and a half year sentence for other offences.
Former Anglo Irish director pleads guilty to fraudulently obtaining a loan from the bank
Willie McAteer will be sentenced in January.
Joan Collins says the Supreme Court "sided against the Irish people" in rejecting her promissory note appeal
Earlier, the State’s highest court rejected the independent TD’s challenge to the decision to use public money to aid institutions like Anglo Irish Bank in 2010.
Jury in Sean FitzPatrick trial returns to court today to hear evidence
Sean FitzPatrick has pleaded not guilty to 27 offences under the 1990 Companies Act.
Problems with choosing impartial jury continue in the trial of Sean FitzPatrick
Sean FitzPatrick is facing charges of misleading the bank’s auditors about millions of euro in loans.
Enlarged jury of eight women and seven men sworn in for Sean FitzPatrick trial
The trial is expected to run for three months.
Judge says it's 'not unreasonable' for David Drumm to sign on at garda station every day
The judge at a hearing today did note, however, that it would be hard for him to leave the state without being noticed.
Joan Collins' prom note appeal makes it all the way to the Supreme Court today
The deputy’s challenge against the €31 billion promissory note deal was rejected by the High Court.
David Drumm is to return to Ireland to face charges relating to Anglo
The former banker has waived his right to battle his extradition from the US.