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Taoiseach says that cost of NAMA commission so far is over €2.5 million
So far, €2.5 million has been spent on the commission since it was established in 2017.
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.
Data Commissioner expected to investigate potential IBRC data breach after complaint made
The Department of Finance confirmed that a former IBRC bank official had IBRC documents, and attempted to use them in an ongoing court case.
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.
High Court injunction imposed on Sunday Business Post over banking commission fears
The commission is probing transactions involving the Irish Banking Resolution Corporation (IBRC).
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.
Catherine Murphy makes more claims in the Dáil about Denis O'Brien's finances
The Kildare North TD alleges O’Brien went guarantor on a loan to a property developer.
New law to grant extra powers to allow the Siteserv inquiry get on with work
The ongoing investigation into the IBRC and the Siteserv deal has been held up by strict issues of legal confidentiality.
David Drumm has dismissed his entire legal team
He will now represent himself.
Michael Fingleton fails in attempt to stop Central Bank inquiry
The judge also rejected that the inquiry would lead to significant financial hardship for him.
There are a LOT of problems with the Siteserv inquiry
An interim report published this evening shows the IBRC loans/Siteserv inquiry is in trouble.
Pearse Doherty isn't allowed to ask Enda any of these questions
The Sinn Féin TD has had a number of questions about the IBRC inquiry disallowed.
What on earth is this Siteserv story all about - and why is it back in the news?
Denis O’Brien, IBRC and an obsessive TD are all part of tangled web of controversy.
Enda insists the Anglo loans inquiry won't collapse
The Taoiseach said he received a letter from Judge Brian Cregan last Friday about the difficulties the inquiry had encountered.
The 'farcical' Anglo loans inquiry could be on the verge of collapse
The inquiry into the sale of certain loans by the former Anglo Irish Bank is in trouble.
Damning criticism: Siteserv inquiry 'lacks powers' needed to investigate controversial sales
Emergency measures are being considered to keep the inquiry on track.
Denis O'Brien's legal action against the Oireachtas is back in court today
The action was taken by the businessman earlier this year over remarks made in the Dáil under privilege regarding his banking affairs with IBRC.
The man appointed (last month) to head up the IBRC inquiry has quit
The retired judge is stepping down, citing personal reasons.
The IBRC gave A LOT of commercial borrowers really good interest rates
A parliamentary question has revealed that as many as 40% of commercial loans had interest rates of less than 2%.
KPMG are charging a lot of money to liquidate IBRC...
Some consultants for the firm are charging a standard rate of almost €300 per hour to wind down the bank.
Here's everything you need to know about business this week
Everyone was talking about mad cows, free trade and tattooed workers.
This Dublin MEP thinks Denis O'Brien is entitled to privacy 'like anyone else'
Brian Hayes said he does not believe there was any wrongdoing in deals made between O’Brien and IBRC.
After several rows, Sinn Féin votes against IBRC inquiry - but it's still happening
Michael Noonan said he’s “confident” he has addressed the opposition’s concerns.
Watch Enda Kenny being asked if Fine Gael is too close to Denis O'Brien
“In what way?”
Catherine Murphy did NOT abuse privilege with those Denis O'Brien comments
A Dáil committee has ruled that Murphy’s now infamous remarks were not an abuse of parliamentary privilege.
Pearse Doherty on latest Denis O'Brien allegations: Prove I'm wrong
Here’s everything you need to know about what’s happening in Irish politics right now…
Dáil hears new claims about Denis O'Brien's dealings with IBRC
Sinn Féin’s Pearse Doherty said the businessman made three attempts to extend loan agreements with the liquidators of IBRC before a fourth attempt was accepted.
Everyone laughed at Enda Kenny in the Dáil today
Meanwhile, the new terms of reference into the IBRC inquiry have been released.
Talk of an INM move for TV3 dismissed as "highly unlikely" by the company
The cabinet is to debate media merger guidelines today.
Was there any 'nod nod wink wink behaviour' at IBRC?
Here’s everything you need to know about what’s happening in Irish politics right now…
The opposition are worried the IBRC inquiry won't be out until AFTER the election
The Taoiseach has said it’s not possible to issue a deadline for the Commission of Investigation.
Former Anglo executive has been granted legal aid for his two upcoming trials
The judge agreed that Willie McAteer would not be able to afford the trials unless he had “extraordinary means”.
Alan Dukes was 'furious' with Michael Noonan for mentioning 'criminality'
Alan Dukes said the Siteserv sale was put before the Central Bank and no issues were found.
IBRC is worried that their legal advice over Denis O'Brien will be made public in the Dáil
The judge is too.
I want proof, not a pat on the head and to be told: 'It's fine, go away' - Catherine Murphy
The independent TD said “serious questions” remain unanswered.
Missing files reveal Siteserv writedown was €9 million more than we previously thought
Previously undisclosed board minutes reveal new details about the Siteserv controversy.