Trio jailed over €7.2bn banking plot lodge appeal against convictions

Three were convicted by a jury of partaking in a plot to mislead investors

28th August, 2016
Former IL&P chief executive Denis Casey was jailed for two years and nine months Pic: RollingNews.ie

Three former bankers jailed over a €7.2 billion transaction between Anglo Irish Bank and Irish Life and Permanent at the height of the banking crisis have lodged appeals against their convictions and sentences.

Last month, former IL&P chief executive Denis Casey was jailed for two years and nine months, Anglo’s head of finance Willie McAteer received a sentence of three and a half years, while John Bowe, de facto head of treasury at Anglo, was...

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