Vital decisions in Nationwide case 'made by Noonan'

Paul Caffrey
June 2014
Daily Mail;6/26/2014, p21
MICHAEL Noonan is likely 'making critical decisions' in a court case taken against Irish Nationwide former directors, the High Court heard yesterday. Irish Bank Resolution Corporation - which took over Irish Nationwide - is taking a case against former directors, John S Purcell, David Brophy, Terence Cooney and Michael Walsh.


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