Gardaí consent to a change in David Drumm's bail conditions
Two separate trials scheduled for April 2017 and January 2018
Former chief executive officer of Anglo Irish Bank David Drumm faces two separate trials in the Dublin Circuit Criminal Court in April 2017 and in January 2018.
Mr Drumm will go on trial on 24 April 2017 on two offences.
He is charged with conspiring with other bankers from Anglo Irish Bank and Irish Life and Permanent to defraud investors, depositors and lenders by misleading them about the true value of Anglo's deposit books.
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