Anglo Four ‘puffed out’ bank’s figures by €7.2bn, court told
The case against Willie McAteer, John Bowe, Denis Casey and Peter Fitzpatrick continues
During the depths of the financial crisis, four senior bankers from Anglo Irish Bank and Irish Life & Permanent allegedly plotted a “manifestly dishonest” scheme to defraud the market.
The prosecutions against Willie McAteer, John Bowe, Denis Casey and Peter Fitzpatrick got under way at Dublin Circuit Criminal Court last Wednesday.
All four are charged on a single count of conspiring to mislead depositors, investors and lenders that non-bank deposits in Anglo Irish...
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