NEW GOLDEN CIRCLE Drumm taps up builders to fund extradition fight
David Drumm, the former chief executive of Anglo Irish Bank, is raising a war chest from a golden circle of developers, to fund his battle to prevent the Irish state from bringing him home to face potential criminal charges.
The Sunday Business Post has confirmed that Drumm is seeking to raise $250,000 from ten former clients of the bank in order to pay for his living expenses and legal costs as he fights both his bankruptcy appeal and potential extradition hearings.
Major developers have been asked in recent weeks to stump up $25,000 each to support the banker. His approaches have been made to Irish developers who are still inside the National Asset...
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