Jailed Prince: The fall of Drumm

Many others, besides the three other convicted Anglo bankers, had to be involved in shifting €7.2 billion from one bank to the next and back again

24th June, 2018
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David Drumm finds himself beginning his six-year prison sentence alone. A decade after the crisis, he is the only man in Ireland currently locked up for his banking activities. Three other bankers served time in prison. They are now on the outside, facing the task of rebuilding their lives after enduring prison and infamy. For Drumm, who left Ireland in 2009, it is just the beginning. Only when he leaves prison will the 51-year-old finally...

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