From top: Cover and sample page of Jonathan Sugarman’s book The Whistleblower; and Mr Sugarman (centre) at the launch of his book at Buswells Hotel in Dublin this morning, with MEP Luke ‘Ming’ Flanagan and Diarmuid O’Flynn, of Ballyhea Says No
A bit of a hero, in fairness.
Jonathan Sugarman is a former executive at Unicredit Bank Ireland in Dublin’s IFSC who resigned in September 2007 after giving a detailed account of enormous liquidity breaches at his bank a year before the financial crash.
Mr Sugarman, whose warning were ignored by the Central Bank, gave an address (above) to MEPs last week and earlier today launched his book The Whistleblower, published with the help of Luke Flanagan MEP, in Buswells Hotel, Dublin 2.
.@whistleirl “What I did was report a crime…” Resigned, went into central bank reported it, a crime involving billions, nothing happened.
— Seanán Kerr (@seanan_kerr) December 2, 2016
Those who wish can buy the book, priced €3.75, a on Smashwords here
Transcript via Oireachtas.ie
Pics: Smashwords and Denis pⓐrfёnov
Thanks Richard Farrell