Wednesday June 3, 2020

"Independent party" to investigate source of leaked Anglo tapes - Noonan

The special liquidators of IBRC are to appoint “an independent party” to investigate if the leaked "Anglo tapes" came from IBRC or accountants KPMG, Michael Noonan told the Dáil.

4th July, 2013
Michael Noonan: “I confirm that neither I nor any official in the Department of Finance was aware of the contents of the tapes which have emerged in the media until now.”

The special liquidators of IBRC are to appoint “an independent party” to investigate if the leak of tapes of telephone calls between former Anglo Irish Bank management came from IBRC or accountants KPMG, finance minister Michael Noonan has told the Dáil.

“These investigations are ongoing,” the minister said.

“I am advised that the special liquidators are taking the leaking of this material very seriously and have written to the...

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