Ex-NIB bosses will contest tax-evasion report

Former National Irish Bank executives who are disputing the report of the inspectors who investigated the bank will claim in court that the report did not prove they knew about tax evasion at the bank.

29th October, 2005

Former National Irish Bank executives who are disputing the report of the inspectors who investigated the bank will claim in court that the report did not prove they knew about tax evasion at the bank.

The executives will argue that the report did not prove that they opened or knew about the existence of controversial CMI accounts used by the bank's customers to evade tax. At least seven former NIB executives have filed lengthy affidavits...

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