Aoife Quinn, in an affidavit on behalf of her mother and siblings, said her  family “cannot be expected to have any confidence” in the discovery process undertaken by IBRC”. Photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

Family members of bankrupt businessman Seán Quinn say they have no confidence in a disclosure of documents process by Irish Bank Resolution Corporatio(...)

Investment bank Lazard is reviewing the bids for Quinn Glass which is based in Derrylin, Co Fermanagh and Cheshire, England. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

Nine initial bids have been received for the former Quinn Glass, the most valuable part of the manufacturing group built by entrepreneur Sean Quinn. (...)

Lazard, the international investment bank, is handling the sale of Quinn Glass which was renamed Encirc at the start of the year. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

The sales process for the former Quinn Glass, the most valuable part of the manufacturing empire built by entrepreneur Seán Quinn, has entered its sec(...)

Seán Quinn: in 2004 he trumped Tony Mullins’s €70million bid to take Barlo private with an €84 million offer. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Irish-owned investment group RHP Bidco, which is headed by former Barlo chief executive Tony Mullins, has acquired Quinn Radiators for €25 million.RHP(...)

The family of bankrupt businessman Seán Quinn recently warned that it would “vigorously” pursue the return of any part of his former empire sold ahead of its action against the former Anglo Irish Bank and share receiver Kieran Wallace.

Irish-owned investment group RHP Bidco, which is headed by former Barlo chief executive Tony Mullins, has acquired Quinn Radiators for an undisclosed (...)

The 54MW wind
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farm in Slieve Rushen, Co Fermanagh, was originally developed by business tycoon Se
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n Quinn in 1994. Photograph: Reuters

Platina Partners, a London- based renewable energy investor, has acquired a giant wind farm for £100 million (€127 million) from the S tate-app(...)

Liam McCaffrey, chief executive designate of the new business. Photograph: Collins

The Quinn Business Retention Company (QBRC), a group of former executives of the Quinn Group and a number of businessmen based in the northwest, ha(...)

 Seán Quinn: wrote to the former SDLP leader John Hume, in April 1985. He said he had been treated in a “discriminatory manner”. Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill

Séan Quinn complained in the mid-1980s that sectarian discrimination lay behind the Northern Ireland authorities’ refusal to grant aid to him to de(...)

Seán Quinn: a 20 per cent grant proposed by the North’s Industrial Development Board to help set up his Border cement factory fell far short of his expectations. Photograph: Jack McManus

The considerable difficulties faced by Fermanagh entrepreneur Seán Quinn in developing his cement business on the Fermanagh-Cavan Border in the 1980(...)

Minister for Finance Michael Noonan with Stephen Vernon and Pat Gunn of Green REIT at the company’s listing  on the Irish Stock Exchange in July last year. FTI advised the company on its IPO. Photograph: Eric Luke

FTI Consulting’s capital markets team in Dublin, led by Mark Kenny and Jonathan Neilan, saw its revenue increase by 36 per cent to €1.79 million last (...)