The case against three former Anglo officials convicted today of trying to hide bank accounts arose from an audit begun by the Revenue Commissioners in October 2003, of Anglo Irish Bank's non-resident accounts.
The jury in the trial of the three former Anglo officials charged with trying to conceal accounts connected to Sean FitzPatrick from the Revenue Commissioners is expected to begin considering its verdict tomorrow.
The jurors in the trial of three former Anglo Irish Bank officials, charged with trying to hide accounts connected to Sean FitzPatrick from the Revenue Commissioners, have been told Mr FitzPatrick is not on trial and they do not have to reach any verdict about his culpability.
A former senior manager in the IT department at Anglo Irish Bank has said that one of three people accused of trying to hide accounts from the Revenue Commissioners, asked him to change the name on an account so that there would be no record of the change having been made.
An account in the name of Sean FitzPatrick's brother-in-law, John Peter O'Toole, was not on a list of non-resident accounts given to Revenue Commission officials who were conducting an audit at Anglo Irish Bank in 2003, the Dublin Circuit Criminal Court has been told.
I dtriail triúr iar-fheidhmeannach ó Bhanc Anglo Irish, dúradh go dtángthas ar roinnt idirbhearta a bhain le iar-chathaoirleach an bhainc, Sean Fitzpatrick, nuair a bhí cuntais a bhí in ainm a dhéarthár céile á scrúdú.