Accountant Alan Hynes: his hearing was heard over 14 days last year

For journalists used to dealing with the courts and public inquiries, the recently-ended hearings of the Disciplinary Tribunal of the Chartered Accoun(...)

Accountant Alan Hynes: the Chartered Accountants Ireland disciplinary tribunal found he encouraged people to invest in Tuskar Asset Management without properly explaining to them his interest in the project and that he would earn fees from it. Photograph: Eric Luke

The Wexford accountant Alan Hynes failed to co-operate with the liquidator of Tuskar Asset Management plc (Tam) in relation to shares in a property (...)

Accountant Alan Hynes: a disciplinary tribunal of Chartered Accountants Ireland found he had been in breach of codes of ethics and principles guiding the profession in relation to, among other matters, integrity, competence and truthfulness. Photograph: Eric Luke

Multiple findings of professional misconduct have been made against Wexford accountant Alan Hynes by a disciplinary tribunal of Chartered Accountants(...)

 Multiple findings of professional misconduct have been made against Wexford accountant Alan Hynes by a disciplinary tribunal of Chartered Accountants Ireland. Photo: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

Multiple findings of professional misconduct have been made against Wexford accountant Alan Hynes by a disciplinary tribunal of Chartered Accountants (...)

Accountant Alan Hynes is being pursued for more than €7.6 million in the Commercial Court. Photograph: Eric Luke / THE IRISH TIMES

Accountant Alan Hynes is being pursued for more than €7.6 million in the Commercial Court. Bank of Scotland has sued Mr Hynes and his wife Noreen, of (...)

Ms Justice Iseult O’Malley restrained Tuskar from selling properties

A Wexford family consisting of two brothers and their father, and a company, Tuskar Property Holdings Limited, were restrained by the High Court yest(...)

Barry O’HalloranThe wife of accountant Alan Hynes, whose failed property ventures are under investigation, yesterday claimed that a law firm obtained (...)

Accountant Alan Hynes, from Wexford, arriving at a hearing of the Chartered Accountants Regulatory Board, in Dublin.  Photograph: Eric Luke /Irish Times

Wexford accountant Alan Hynes has told a Chartered Accountants Regulatory Board (Carb) tribunal that he could not recall the reason for two bank trans(...)

 Accountant Alan Hynes: In the collapse of Tam, 80 investors, up to half of whom may have been clients of Mr Hynes’s accountancy practice, Hynes & Co, lost €18 million.

Liquidator Neil Hughes described as “difficult to follow” an explanation drafted by Wexford accountant Alan Hynes as to what happened to €3.1 million (...)

 Wexford accountant Alan Hynes told the tribunal he had neither “diverted nor misappropriated” any of the money.  Photograph: Eric Luke

The ongoing tribunal of inquiry into complaints against Wexford accountant Alan Hynes finished its eleventh day of evidence on Tuesday, and is to resu(...)