Saturday November 28, 2020

David Drumm appears in court on 33 charges

Gardaí have objected to bail for the former Anglo chief executive, saying he is a flight risk

13th March, 2016
David Drumm in Boston

Former Anglo Irish Bank chief executive David Drumm has appeared in court on 33 charges related to his role at the failed bank.

Drumm, who arrived back in Ireland from Boston this morning following his extradition from the US overnight, made no reply to the first two charges put to him before Dublin District Court.

Gardaí have objected to bail in the case, saying that Drumm is a 'serious flight risk' and also due to the...

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