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Former Irish bankers jailed after longest criminal trial

From left: Bowe, McAteer and Casey had pleaded not guilty of helping to create a false impression of the financial health of Anglo Irish Bank through facilitating a circular payment in 2008.


THREE former senior Irish bankers were sentenced last Friday to a total of more than eight years in prison in Dublin after being convicted of conspiring to defraud customers and investors during the financial crisis.

Irish Life & Permanent Plc's former chief executive