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Central Bank probes stockbroker Davy over Anglo bond sale

• Multimillion euro settlement made with golden circle developer • Central Bank examining serious allegations over bond trade

18th June, 2017

The Central Bank is probing serious allegations against senior executives at Ireland’s biggest stockbrokers Davy relating to the sale of Anglo Irish Bank bonds by a member of the Maple 10.

A complaint was made to the Central Bank of Ireland in relation to the sale of the Anglo bonds which were originally purchased by Belfast property developer and Maple 10 member Patrick Kearney in 2009.

A spokesperson for the Central Bank said that it had...

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