David Drumm: ‘I’ll no longer be made a scapegoat for banking crisis’
FORMER Anglo Irish Bank chief executive David Drumm has said he will no longer allow himself to be made a scapegoat for the banking crisis.
He also criticised the ‘drip, drip,drip’ release of the Anglo tapes in a statement issued to RTE.
Mr Drumm argued he was being made a scapegoat by ‘politically connected former bankers and politically protected senior public servants’.
He claimed these people do not want to see their role in the banking collapse highlighted.
The former Anglo executive also reiterated his call for recordings from other banks to be released.