Jim Mansfield jnr: considering trying to bring a case to the European Court of Human Rights alleging that he and his family were illegally deprived of €1.15 billion in assets. Photograph: Courts Collins

Irish authorities involved in ‘dark games’, according to late property developer’s son

Jim Mansfield jnr: lost his appeal against a €6.3 million judgment. Photograph: Collins

In the past 13 months he has experienced the death of his father – the Citywest developer – alleged security scares, and court app(...)

Mircosoft offices in Sandyford, Dublin: company is part of a “double Irish” structure involving Microsoft companies that are tax resident in Bermuda. Photograph: Jason Clarke Photography

Irish headquarters of company records$17.9bn ‘administrative expenses’ in 2014

Commissioner Niall Cody.Photograph: Eric Luke / The Irish Times

Revenue sought assistance to bring some of those named in leaked bank files before Irish courts

US Federal Reserve chairwoman Janet Yellen during a hearing of the house financial services committee on Capitol Hill today. Photograph: Brendan Smialowski/AFP/Getty Images

Glanbia results please markets after fifth consecutive year of double-digit growth

Christopher Keegan of Kaph on Drury Street said that 90 per cent of his customers  pay with cash. Picture Nick Bradshaw

New regime includes 50% increase in coin-handling charges

‘A number of countries (France, Belgium and Argentina) have decided to have a go at securing criminal prosecutions against HSBC Geneva on the back of the files stolen from the bank by a then employee in 2006 and 2007.’ Photograph:  Harold Cunningham/Getty Images

Opinion: ‘When the EU introduced the European Savings Directive in 2005, in an effort to clamp down on tax evasion by EU citizens,(...)

The amount of money linked to Ireland in the leaked HSBC files is inflated by the International Financial Services Centre in Dublin. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

$3.5bn held in accounts linked to Republic, analysis of HSBC files finds

Belgian prosecutors said they may step up their part of a global investigation if their request for HSBC to volunteer information fails to yield results. Photograph: Harold Cunningham/Getty Images

Prosecutors may step up part in global inquiry if request for information fails to yield results

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