Anglo trial: Three ex-bankers jailed over €7bn fraud - Irish Times

Three former bankers have been handed prison sentences for their roles in a €7 billion fraud. Former Anglo Irish Bank executive Willie McAteer has been sentenced to three and a half years in jail while his Anglo colleague John Bowe was given a two year ...and more »

Corrupt bank officials spend their first night in Mountjoy - Irish Mirror

Three jailed bankers started their prison terms at Dublin's Mountjoy Training Unit on Saturday for their part in the €7.2billion fake deposits scam. Ex-Anglo chiefs Willie McAteer, 65, John Bowe, 52, and 56-year-old former Irish Life & Permanent boss ...and more »

Anglo sentencing: 'Honesty and integrity were sorely lacking' - Irish Times

Judge Martin Nolan was more than 15 minutes into his remarks – delivered in a low voice, without a script – when he confirmed, as if in passing, that all three former bankers would be going to jail. Willie McAteer, sitting a few feet away in the dock ...and more »

Anglo verdict: Huge sums involved meant jail sentences always likely - Irish Times

The view as to whether Judge Martin Nolan would jail any of the former bankers convicted in the Anglo Irish Bank/Irish Permanent case was always a tussle between the weight to be given to comments the judge made in the absence of the jury during the ...and more »

Revealed: Daily routine as John Bowe, Willie McAteer, and Denis Casey begin sentences in Mountjoy - Irish Independent

Shortly before 10am yesterday, the families of John Bowe (52), Willie McAteer (65), and the former group chief executive of Irish Life and Permanent, Denis Casey (56) arrived a half an hour early to Mountjoy prison's training unit, eager to see the ...and more »

Ireland jails three top bankers for 'deceitful and corrupt' actions in 2008 financial crisis - The Independent

Three former senior Irish bankers have been jailed for their role in the collapse of a bank during the 2008 financial crisis. Willie McAteer, John Bowe and Denis Casey conspired to conceal losses of billions of euros at the defunct Anglo Irish Bank ...and more »

Former bankers sentenced to jail over Anglo fraud scheme - Irish Times

Three former bankers were in Mountjoy Prison in Dublin last night after receiving jail sentences for their roles in a €7 billion fraud committed at the height of the banking crisis in 2008. Judge Martin Nolan said the senior executives had taken part ...and more »

Eurozone economic growth slows, while US GDP disappoints - as it happened - The Guardian

US consumers were less confident in July than the previous month, according to a new survey, partly due to the Brexit vote. The University of Michigan consumer sentiment index came in at 90 for July, lower than the 90.5 expected but up on the ...and more »

Anglo verdict: It 'beggared belief' accountants signed off - Irish Times

EY, the auditors formerly known as Ernst & Young who were criticised by Judge Martin Nolan for signing off on Anglo Irish Bank's interim accounts, said in a statement it has fully co-operated with requests from prosecutors regarding its role as auditor ...and more »

John Bowe profile: 'De facto' leader of Anglo's treasury - Irish Times

John Bowe studied accounting and finance in Dublin City University until 1986. He joined Standard Chartered Bank (Ireland) Ltd as a graduate trainee. In 1990 the business was acquired by West LB and about this time he began working with corporate ...and more »