Developer Michael O Flynn. Photograph: Collins

Key people from US and British companies in the Blackstone global private equity fund group were involved in a “very elaborate and sophisticated, b(...)

Allied Irish Banks lent €1 million to developer Michael O’Flynn to buy racehorses in January 2008. Photograph: Courtpix

€1m racehorses Allied Irish Banks lent €1 million to developer Michael O’Flynn to buy racehorses in January 2008, just months before the credit crunch(...)

Developer Michael O Flynn, pictured leaving the Four Courts in Dublin last week

The O’Flynn construction group’s challenge to the appointment of an interim examiner to its business will take two days, the High Court was told this (...)

Michael O’Flynn: said that both the O’Flynn Group debts and some personal loans were fully serviced with all payments up to date. Photograph: Daragh Mac Sweeney/Provision

US fund Blackstone and Michael O’Flynn look poised for a legal battle for control of the developer’s property and construction empire to which an e(...)

Michael O’Flynn said in a statement that he had begun talking to his lawyers.

US fund Blackstone and Michael O’Flynn look poised for a legal battle for control of the developer’s property and construction empire to which an ex(...)

Developer Michael O’Flynn: up to five investors are understood to be willing to bid at least €950 million to buy the loans given to the property group controlled by him from Nama, although the State agency has yet to put them on the market.

Up to five investors are understood to be willing to bid at least €950 million to buy the loans given to the property group controlled by Michael O’Fl(...)

Bankrupt developer Seán Dunn.

The National Asset Management Agency’s attempt to enforce in a US court its interest in 67 acres of land at Celbridge, Co Kildare, owned by bankrupt d(...)