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Connaught House on Burlington Road in Dublin, where the offices of IBRC are. Photograph: Alan Betson

The settlement agreement between the Quinn offspring and Irish Bank Resolution Corporation (IBRC) is a landmark moment in the history of the state-own(...)

Seán Quinn’s daughters Aoife, Brenda, Colette and Ciara outside the Four Courts. Photograph: Collins Courts

It was seen in the Cavan-Fermanagh Border area as the last opportunity for former billionaire Seán Quinn to restore his once-famed reputation as a loc(...)

The Sean Quinn saga has persisted for years and has been profoundly disheartening. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

The Sean Quinn saga has persisted for years and has been profoundly disheartening. The linked collapse of Anglo Irish Bank and the business empire of (...)

Seven years ago, Sean Quinn junior was about to get married. He was also facing jail for contempt over a €455 million asset-stripping scheme across s(...)

Sean Quinn’s children (from left) Sean Jnr, Aoife and Brenda at the Four Courts for the hearing of their long-running High Court action. File photograph: Collins Courts

A conditional judgment for €440 million is part of the settlement of the long and bitter litigation between the Quinn family and State-owned Irish Ban(...)

‘We totally bought into Ireland’s growth story,’ says Simon Kelly of Redquartz of the mood before the crash. Photograph: Chris Ratcliffe/Bloomberg

It was the tie that gave it away. Paddy Kelly, one of Ireland’s biggest developers, and his son Simon had just visited the headquarters of Anglo Irish(...)

Sean Quinn’s children, Sean jnr, Aoife and Brenda, at the Four Courts where their action against IBRC  has now been deferred to allow for talks between the parties. Photograph: Collins Courts

A settlement could be reached next week of the marathon case by Sean Quinn’s five adult children challenging the validity of securities provided by th(...)

IBRC, formed from the remains of Anglo Irish Bank and Irish Nationwide Building Society, was the first Irish entity to engage in the large-scale sale of non-performing loans. Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

The State’s recession-era involvement in the financial sector cost billions and will have an impact for years to come. From bailouts to nationalisatio(...)

Football Association of Ireland’s John Delaney: FAI board lacks overall independence and many members appear to be too close to the association by dint of time served. Photograph: Tom Honan

The recent travails of John Delaney, the chief executive of the Football Association of Ireland, have thrown the focus back on to a nebulous but utter(...)

Aoife, Brenda, Colette and Ciara Quinn at the Four Courts in Dublin. Photograph: Collins Courts

The marathon case by Sean Quinn’s five adult children has been further adjourned by the High Court to Friday as settlement talks continue. Mr Justice(...)

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