Thursday February 27, 2020

Unwinding Anglo: Five years on

The Quinn family will seek this week to add the Central Bank and the Minister for Finance to their €2.4 billion court case against Anglo Irish Bank, writes Ian Kehoe.

13th July, 2013
David Drumm, formerly of Anglo Irish Bank.

Twenty-four court actions spanning nine jurisdictions. Some taken by members of the Quinn family, others initiated and pursued by the former Anglo Irish Bank. The litigation bridges multiple disputes, ranging from rudimentary debt enforcement to more sinister charges of corporate conspiracy.

Amid this morass of legal interconnectivity, one case stands alone for all parties involved.

Within Connaught House, the decidedly plush headquarters of the Irish Bank Resolution Corporation (IBRC), it is the most significant. For...

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