Alan Gray, a former director of the Central Bank of Ireland, on Thursday said he met with the heads of Anglo Irish Bank, now a state-owned lender, the day before Dublin issued a guarantee of all savings, amid heightening controversy over links between public officials and senior figures at the bank.
Gray said he met with Seán FitzPatrick, the former chairman of the bailed out bank, and David Drumm, the lender's former chief executive, twice in the lead-up to the Dublin savings guarantee. The fir
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