Sean FitzPatrick trial: EY partner denies ‘pantomime’ for ODCE

FitzPatrick denies misleading the bank’s auditors and furnishing them with false information in relation to multimillion euro loans

19th February, 2017
Former Anglo Irish Bank chief executive Sean FitzPatrick

The three facility letters from Irish Nationwide to former Anglo Irish Bank chief executive Sean FitzPatrick were displayed on screens for the jury to look at.

Dated September 27, 2004, they offered up sums of €18.3 million, $847,934 and £3.329 million for the stated purpose of refinancing Anglo facilities in the names of FitzPatrick and various other partnerships.

On the 18th day of FitzPatrick’s trial, Kieran Kelly a partner from Ernst & Young (EY) was being brought through...

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