'No documents' to show Quinn spend
She disclosed all documents in her possession when swearing that affidavit and later disclosed other documents which she had not initially believed required to to be disclosed, including text messages related to her Ocean Bank account
Eversheds have documents belonging to her, she never dealt with that firm concerning its bills and gave money to family members to give to Eversheds. She did pay tax in Ireland and Russia but the amount of tax paid was for her accountants.
She believed she has a 20 per cent interest in several companies but had no documents related to those. One of those companies, Cranre Property Services Management Ireland, was paying mobile phone bills totalling up to €3,000 monthly for herself and five others, public relations bills of some €5,250 bi-monthly to James Morrissey and bills related to an office premises used by the family in Ballycoolin, Dublin.
She rejected suggestions she had had more than a "passive" involvement with IPG companies. She agreed she had sent documents via DHL to Ukraine and Russia but said those documents were provided to her by other family members and she did not know what they involved. She said "zero money" from IPG assets went into bank accounts of her three children.
As a company director, she had voted, with her sisters Aoife and Colette, to sell shares in Russian IPG companies at a meeting in April 2011. They had no documents when doing so.
"Thousands upon thousands" of documents were disclosed by her family who had decided it was not necessary to give IBRC multiple copies of the same documents. She travelled to Moscow with other members of her family in July 2011 to open accounts with Ocean bank and that trip was paid for by a Russian IPG company.
Brenda Quinn said she travelled in Australia for a period but returned in February 2012 after which she became more involved helping her family in relation to their legal action against the bank.
She was not aware why a copy of the front page of her passport was sent by her brother to Russia and had no documents related to why, in February 2012, he was seeking a year long Russian visa for her "as soon as possible". She was given a document sometime in March 2012 informing her she had been granted a double entry visa to Russia.
Colette Quinn said she had disclosed all relevant documents and had no documents related to her legal or beneficial ownership of some 20 per cent of various companies. She owned many Quinn companies over the years and never knew their ownership structure either. She had no documents concerning payments to her from Russian companies.