Thursday February 20, 2020

Anglo Trial: inside the Authority

In a week of evidence dominated by a few key witnesses from the Financial Regulator, the jury was brought inside the office of the ''Authority", writes Philip Connolly.

16th March, 2014
Former Financial Regulator Patrick Neary leaving the Dublin Circuit Criminal Court after giving evidence at the Anglo trial. Photo: Laura Hutton/Photocall

Over the past six weeks, a parade of witnesses have brought the jury behind the curtain and given evidence about the inner workings of the Anglo Irish Bank boardroom, investment giant Morgan Stanley and the Quinn group. Piece by piece, the jury has seen a jigsaw assemble before them, a picture of the complex deal to unwind Sean Quinn's mammoth 25 per cent holding in Anglo in the middle of 2008. Now that picture is...

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