In a file picture taken on March 31, 2010 a man walks past an Anglo Irish Bank branch in Belfast, Northern Ireland. (AFP PHOTO / PETER MUHLY)
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U.S. officials arrested David Drumm, 49, at his home in the wealthy Boston suburb of Wellesley on Oct. 10 after Irish officials asked that he be extradited to face a 33-count criminal indictment related to the collapse of the bank, which was nationalized in early 2009 in a takeover worth some 30 billion euro ($33.8 billion).U.S. court records do not indicate what lawyers plan to address at Thursday's hearing, but Ireland's weekly Sunday Business post quoted Drumm as saying in an interview that he was prepared to drop the extradition fight.A lawyer for Drumm declined to comment on the Irish newspaper report.
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