Duncan Bannatyne: called IBRC liquidators “a particularly stubborn breed”

Duncan Bannatyne, the Scottish gym chain owner and star of the British version of Dragon (...)

The site has the advantage of a good planning record. In 2008 the owner secured permission for a large mixed-use development extending beyond 45,740sq m

It is rare enough that a development site as big as 10 acres comes on the market in the Dublin suburbs. That is one reason alone why Aisl(...)

Boulevard Centre, Bray: bought by private investor

A private investor has bought the Boulevard Centre in Bray, Co Wicklow, for €2.7 million in a deal that will give the new owner a net yield of (...)

KPMG, the special liquidator of Irish Nationwide Building Society, has appointed Eugene F Collins solicitors to carry out an “independent review” of legal advice that it should sue the society’s former directors but not its former auditor – KPMG.

KPMG, the special liquidator of Irish Nationwide Building Society, has appointed Eugene F Collins solicitors to carry out an “(...)

Two sets of proceedings have been initiated involving Irish Bank Resolution Corporation Limited (in special liquidation) and former directors of Irish Nationwide Building Society. Photograph: Cyril Byrne /The Irish Times

The liquidators of Irish Bank Resolution Corporation (IBRC) have appointed Eugene F Collins to carry out an independent legal review of the leg(...)

CarVal, an American investment fund, has emerged as the successful bidder for a €600 million non-performing debt portfolio owed by professionals to the former Anglo Irish Bank

CarVal, an American investment fund, has emerged as the successful bidder for a €600 million non-performing debt portfolio owed by professional(...)

KPMG’s Kieran Wallace, pictured, and Eamon Richardson confirmed yesterday they had sold part of Project Stone. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons/The Irish Times

US hedge funds Lone Star and Oaktree Capital Management have bought a bout €1.2 billion worth of mortgages put up for sale by the (...)

Nearly two-thirds of a portfolio of mortgages being sold by the liquidators of IBRC has been purchased by two US hedge funds. The Project(...)

Michael Noonan: only eight employees availed of his  scheme in 2012, creating just five new jobs at a cost of €63,600 to the taxpayer.

A controversial scheme that allows foreign executives working here pay less income tax is to be reviewed following its poor success rate. The s(...)

The biggest group affected by the row over pensions at Aer Lingus and the Dublin Airport Authority is deferred members of the insolvent Irish Airlines Superannuation Scheme.  Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

The biggest group affected by the row over pensions at Aer Lingus and the Dublin Airport Authority (DAA) has warned current p(...)

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