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Irish bank’s ex-CEO sits out crisis on Cape

Out of reach of police, regulators, he may be negotiating voluntarily

(Alan Betson/The Irish Times/File 2009)
By Beth Healy and Casey Ross
Globe Staff / April 12, 2010

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David K. Drumm was an affable and driven young banker in the late 1990s when he arrived in Boston to build a commercial loan business for Anglo Irish Bank. Willing to take bigger risks on bigger deals, Anglo Irish quickly became a major player in the city’s real estate market, ultimately financing such projects as the Mandarin Oriental hotel and ... (Full article: 1419 words)

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