Three former Anglo Irish Bank executives will be sentenced later after being found guilty of trying to defraud Revenue. Former Chief Operations Officer Tiarnan O’Mahoney, former Company Secretary Bernard Daly and former Assistant Manager Aoife Maguire were convicted on all charges of conspiring to hide accounts connected to former Chairman Sean FitzPatrick. They were each denied bail until this afternoon’s sentencing. Former company secretary, Bernard Daly who’s 65, of Collins Avenue West, Whitehall, Dublin; former Chief Operations Officer Tiarnan O’Mahoney aged 54 of Glen Pines, Enniskerry, Co. Wicklow and 60-year-old Aoife Maguire of Rothe Abbey, South Circular Road, Kilmainham, Dublin were found guilty of trying to defraud Revenue Commissioners by attempting to hide accounts connected to Sean FitzPatrick. Ms Maguire began to weep when the verdicts were read out yesterday – while Mr Daly and Mr O’Mahoney remained expressionless. Both men face terms of up to five years for supplying incorrect information to Revenue – while all three face indeterminate sentences for the charges of conspiracy. Their sentencing will take place at midday.
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