Hall says Donohoe failed to protect taxpayers on Anglo bill
Campaigner says in High Court filing that state did not properly monitor liquidators’ fees
Debtors’ rights campaigner David Hall has accused Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe of failing to protect Irish taxpayers in relation to the bill of almost €250 million for the liquidators of the former Anglo Irish Bank.
In a High Court filing, Hall alleges that the minister, the Department of Finance and the state did not properly set, analyse, assess and monitor the fees paid to the joint special liquidators of IBRC, the bank established...
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