Former IL&P boss’s ‘green jersey’ claims not supported by evidence, Supreme Court told

20th January, 2019

Claims by former Irish Life & Permanent boss Denis Casey that he was led into a €7.2 billion conspiracy to defraud by the Financial Regulator are “vague, inaccurate and unsupported by the evidence”, the Supreme Court has heard.

On appeal, the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) has fought the former banker’s contention that the banks were encouraged by state officials to break the law with impunity in 2008 due to the financial crisis...

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