Tuesday May 26, 2020

IBRC investigation on the agenda in Cabinet meeting

The judge leading the commission of investigation into the sale of SiteServ and other IBRC transactions has raised concerns

10th November, 2015
Yesterday, finance minister Michael Noonan revealed he only knew about the problems with the Siteserv investigation last Thursday Credit: Rolling News

Attorney General Máire Whelan will brief the Cabinet this morning on the legal concerns that have been raised by the judge leading the commission of investigation into the sale of SiteServ and other IBRC transactions.

Judge Brian Cregan has informed the Government that legal issues about confidentiality and privilege meant the commission was not in a position to proceed with its investigation into any of the relevant "write-off" transactions.

Yesterday, finance minister Michael...

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