Sean FitzPatrick: The loans again, naturally
Former Anglo boss FitzPatrick is in the dock for allegedly failing to disclose loans of up to €100 million
Sitting in the dock of Court 20 of Dublin’s Criminal Courts of Justice on the opening day of his trial last Thursday, Sean FitzPatrick appeared attentive and took occasional notes, as prosecution barrister Dominic McGinn outlined the case against him to the jury.
Hotels, shopping centres, office developments – McGinn harked back to the climate “we lived in” between 2002 and 2007, a time when money was pumped into property. In other words, the...
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