Anglo’s former headquarters: special liquidators have completed 70 loan portfolio sales in Ireland, the UK and the US, repaying €13 billion to the State. Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

The special liquidators of Anglo Irish Bank now only have loans with a face value of less than €500 million remaining to be sold in what has been the(...)

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

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

Connaught House on Burlington Road where the offices of the Irish Bank Resolution Corporation (IBRC) formerly Anglo Irish Bank were located. Photo: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

IBRC, the former Anglo Irish Bank, internally valued its UK loan portfolio at between €883 million and €568 million more than it was sold for l(...)

 Duncan Bannatyne:  “I owe the money so I’ll repay it but I wouldn’t be happy if I was you and the taxpayers of Ireland. I would be knocking on the doors of parliament asking Mr Noonan what is going on.”

Duncan Bannatyne, the Scottish entrepreneur and star of BBC TV’s Dragons’ Den (...)

The sale of a portfolio of IBRC loans with a par value of €7.3 billion was completed yesterday by KPMG, the special liq(...)

Duncan Bannatyne, the Scottish entrepreneur and star of BBC’s Dragons’ Den, has said he will withdraw a £111.5 million (€135.7 million) offer to buy out his borrowings of £115 million owed to the former Anglo Irish Bank if it is not accepted by its liquidator by close of business today.

Duncan Bannatyne, the Scottish entrepreneur and star of BBC’s Dragons’ De(...)

Duncan Bannatyne: “I can’t understand how [IBRC] haven’t got back to me.”

Duncan Bannatyne, the Scottish entrepreneur and star of BBC’s Dragons’ Den, says he is “extremely frustrated” that an offer to buy out out his borrowi(...)

Anglo kept three lists of politically exposed persons  or high-profile persons  to ensure it did not offer nor could be perceived to have offered special treatment. Photograph : Matt Kavanagh/The Irish Times

The list of “sensitive” borrowers who were clients of Anglo Irish Bank or Irish Nationwide range from billionaires to bankrupts, demonstrating just ho(...)

Dr Naomi Mackle: “Trying to spend as much time with the children as possible is top of my thoughts. It’s gone down to taking one day at a time, not even one week at a time.”
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Dr Naomi Mackle is the owner of Adare Cosmetics Clinic, which offers dermatology and cosmetic skin care at clinics in Adare, Co Limerick and Dublin. W(...)

Duncan Bannatyne, who borrowed money from Anglo Irish Bank in 2007, expressed frustration that he has not received a response to certain recent communications with the special liquidators of IBRC at KPMG in relation to his loans.

High-profile Scottish businessman Duncan Bannatyne claims a number of deals relating to his chain of fitness centres in the UK(...)