Jervis  Shopping Centre:  The six-floor, 33,445sq m (360,000sq ft) of retail space scheme was   the biggest building project in Dublin in the mid-1990s – it is now thought to be worth €400 million. Photograph: Alan Betson

We wouldn’t know it only for the Paradise Papers leak that this week whipped the towel from the global rich and their creative finances, but the Jervi(...)

 Paddy McKillen: has been based outside of Ireland for many years, although he still uses a Foxrock, Dublin, home address on official documents. Photograph: Yui Mok/PA Wire

The owners of the Jervis Street shopping centre shifted its control in 2013 to an Isle of Man offshore structure that was designed specifically to ens(...)

The Jervis centre generates a rental income of more than €16 million per annum, a figure that will rise to €18.5 million over the next 18 months

AIB Real Estate Finance has provided a €155 million loan to refinance the Jervis Shopping Centre, one of the top retail outlets in Dublin city centre.(...)

The existing buildings would be replaced by a new six-storey building, with  20 apartments, a communal roof garden and a  restaurant on the ground floor.

Businessman and property developer Paddy McKillen and his business partner Padraig Drayne, have revived 14-year-old plans for a new residential devel(...)

Developer Paddy McKillen: “This refinance marks the end of a very turbulent period that began when the banks became destabilised.” Photograph: Yui Mok/PA Wire

Developer Paddy McKillen and his business partner Padraig Drayne have completed the refinancing of £110 million (€140 million) of their borrowings fro(...)

Ulster Bank chief executive Jim Brown. Photo: David Sleator

Loans tied to Independent News & Media’s headquarters, upmarket homes in Belfast and Dublin, and properties backed by developer, Paddy McKillen f(...)