Informants' lead IBRC to Quinn emails

The former Anglo Irish Bank's renewed offensive against the Quinn family has led it to Spain.

1st June, 2014

The former Anglo Irish Bank's renewed offensive against the Quinn family has led it to Spain as the bank has sought information from financial heavyweight Santander Bank, The Sunday Business Post has learned.

As part of the Irish Bank Resolution Corporation's (IBRC) global asset chase, the liquidators of the bank have studied a number of Spanish transactions. The investigation took place on foot of information they received from informants claiming to have information about the...

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