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Quinns say British regulator knew of Maple 10 deal

Britain's Financial Services Authority has been drawn into the battle between the Quinn family and Anglo Irish Bank.

13th July, 2013

Britain's Financial Services Authority (FSA) has been drawn into the battle between the Quinn family and Anglo Irish Bank, with the Quinns claiming that new information shows the regulatory body was informed of the controversial 'Maple 10' transaction in advance.

In court submissions, the family refers to an email from Morgan Stanley to Anglo, outlining how the FSA had been briefed on the specifics of the deal in advance of the placement of shares with...

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