Ireland

The Cabinet is planning an inquiry into some IBRC deals

FINANCE MINISTER Michael Noonan has brought a proposal to Cabinet today seeking to establish a commission of investigation into certain IBRC transactions. The Department of Finance confirmed the news this afternoon.
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‘No conflict of interests’ over contract

The CEO of Cork City Council insists there were no conflicts of Interests after her partners building firm won a city funded contract
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Police launch criminal investigation into Nama deal

Police in Northern Ireland to launch investigation into the sale of 850 Nama properties

Irish councillor resigns from opposition party after corruption sting

Irish councillor resigns from opposition party after he was caught offering to help with planning issues
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Peter Robinson rejects £1bn property sell-off payment accusations

DUP leader Peter Robinson appears before the Northern Ireland assembly’s finance committee to answer allegations that he personally benefited from the region’s biggest ever property sale.

Western Union has been leaving the door open for money laundering

The Irish Arm of Western Union has been fined €1.75 million after regulators found a number of holes in its anti money laundering policies.
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