Lawyers for Nama, which is owed $343 million (€250 million) by Seán Dunne, asked the US bankruptcy court in Connecticut to “quash” the developer’s request to question the agency’s chief executive Brendan McDonagh.

The National Asset Management Agency has asked a US court to block a request from bankrupt property developer Seán Dunne to question the State loans a(...)

  The State agency has argued in a filing to a US bankruptcy court that Ms Killilea’s motions last month to quash Nama’s subpoenas served on banks First Republic and Credit Suisse and property agent Coldwell Banker are attempts to frustrate its discovery by “arguing that it interferes with her privacy”. Photograph: Collins Courts

Efforts by Gayle Killilea, the wife of bankrupt developer Sean Dunne, to block US subpoenas seeking information on her money and business dealings are(...)

Laurence O’Mahony:  declared himself bankrupt in the UK in April 2012 and claimed that when he had been discharged from bankruptcy in April of this year, he had been cleared of all bankruptcy debt. Photograph:  Collins Courts

Businessman Laurence O’Mahony and his wife, Christine Connolly, have lost their €6 million home located at what a judge described as the best-known ad(...)

Nama alleges that Seán Dunne omitted from his US bankruptcy case details relating to properties in which he had an interest and the transfer of properties and other assets including a hotel in South Africa and a property in Norfolk, England, to his wife, Gayle Killilea. Photograph: Steve Miller.

The National Asset Management Agency has taken a fresh legal challenge against property developer Sean Dunne in a bid to stop him walking away from de(...)