Gerry McCaughey: his  Century Homes company was taken over by Kingspan.

Century Homes founder Gerard McCaughey is entitled to a full hearing of his claim he is not yet liable to repay a loan advanced to him by Anglo Irish (...)

Gerry McCaughey founded Century Homes, which was taken over by Kingspan. Photograph: Eric Luke

Century Homes founder Gerard McCaughey has agreed to repay sums totalling about €2.7 million to Irish Bank Resolution Corporation, but is disputing(...)

Glen Dimplex chairman and chief executive Seán O’Driscoll: alleges he has suffered losses of some €5 million due to alleged misrepresentation of the various funds.  Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

Glen Dimplex chairman and chief executive Sean O’Driscoll has alleged the former Anglo Irish Bank mis-sold a German property fund to him as an investm(...)

The chief executive and chairman of electrical giant Glen Dimplex, Sean O’Driscoll (left), has brought another case alleging he 
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suffered substantial losses due to alleged misrepresentation of property investment funds operated by the former Anglo Irish Bank.

The chief executive and chairman of electrical giant Glen Dimplex, Sean O’Driscoll, has brought another case alleging he suffered substantial losses (...)

Seán O’Driscoll: issued four sets of proceedings claiming some €5 million against IBRC in relation to a division of the bank specialising in personal and retirement investment services, the IBRC Assurance Company. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

The chairman and chief executive of electrical giant Glen Dimplex is being sued by Irish Bank Resolution Corporation (IBRC) over alleged failure to re(...)

MARY CAROLAN An investment agreement between Anglo Irish Bank and 50 wealthy Irish people to buy and renovate two New York hotels meant “(...)

Gerard McCaughey, with addresses at Sandymount, Dublin, and Manhattan Beach, California, has sued Anglo and the Anglo-owned Delaware-based Mainland Ventures Corporation (MVC) over the Anglo Irish New York Hotel Fund. Photograph: Frank Miller/The Irish Times

Mary Carolan An investment agreement between Anglo Irish Bank and 50 wealthy Irish people to buy and renovate two New York hotels meant (...)