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Mar, 2010

Irish Life & Permanent paid more than €4m to former chief executive Denis Casey and two other senior executives who resigned last year after details emerged about the controversial banking arrangements with Anglo Irish Bank.

Casey, finance director Peter Fitzpatrick and head of treasury David Gantly pocketed €1.8m “in lieu of notice” and a further €2.9m towards their pension plans, The Sunday Business Post reports.

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