Governor of the Central Bank Patrick Honohan described the regulator’s role in the illegal share-buying scheme devised in 2008 to unwind Seán Quinn’s (...)

David Drumm, former Anglo chief executive and Sean Fitzpatrick,  former chairman.

Part 1: September–December 2007 September 11th, 2007: Ardboyne HotelEarly aut(...)

Lone Star, the Dallas-based private equity firm led by John Grayken, above,  is understood to be the preferred bidder for “Portfolio 14”, a mixed bag of loans owed by over a dozen businesses. Photograph: Chung Sung-Jun/Getty Images Lone Star, the Dallas-based private equity firm led by John Grayken, above, has bought loans associated with one of Dublin’s best-located office blocks for about €75 million. Photograph: Chung Sung-Jun/Getty Images

Lone Star, the Dallas-based private equity firm led by John Grayken, is understood to be the preferred bidder for “Portfolio 14”, a mixed bag of lo(...)

John Hegarty’s shares in One51 are said to be worth €1.5 million, having fallen in value by about 90 per cent since the property and financial crash.

The Sunday Independent reports that the National Asset Management Agency has conditionally taken control of John Hegarty’s 3 per cent stake in Irish i(...)

Bain Capital, an asset management group co-founded by former US presidential candidate Mitt Romney, is reportedly considering buying the debts of a number of Irish companies with loans at IBRC. Photograph: Reuters/Jessica Rinaldi

The Sunday Independent reported that Bain Capital, an asset management group co-founded by (...)