David Drumm released on bail
The former Anglo chief executive has surrendered his passport
Former Anglo Irish Bank chief David Drumm has been released on bail after the conditions of his release were finalised today.
Dublin District Court approved Drumm's parents-in-law, Danny and Georgina Farrell, as his sureties. They will have to lodge €50,000 in cash in court and have another €50,000 frozen in their joint account.
Drumm, who spent the night in Dublin's Cloverhill Prison following his extradition from the US yesterday, has surrendered his passport to gardaí....
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