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Sir Anthony O’Reilly has been gradually winding down his stake in INM since losing control of the business in 2012. Photograph: David Levenson/Getty Images

Sir Anthony O’Reilly has reduced his shareholding in Independent News & Media (INM), a company he controlled for almost 40 years, to below 3 pe(...)

Former chief executive of Independent News and Media Sir Anthony O Reilly: AIB said it believed his overall debts were greater than his remaining assets. Photograph: Paul Faith/PA Wire

Sir Anthony O’Reilly, once the State’s richest man, was called “insolvent” by AIB as it had a judgment for €22.6 million entered against him in the Co(...)

One-time billionaire businessman Sir Anthony O’Reilly has had judgment for €22 million entered against him at the Commercial Court. He has other borrowings of some €195 million, the court heard. Photograph: Alan Betson.

One-time billionaire businessman Sir Anthony O’Reilly has had judgment for €22 million entered against him at the Commercial Court. He has other borro(...)

Dr Anthony O’Reilly. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons/The Irish Times

One-time billionaire businessman Dr Anthony O’Reilly, now being sued by Allied Irish Banks for €22m, told the bank earlier this month he had disposed (...)

Brookside owns Sir Anthony’s coastal estate in Glandore, Co Cork.

A case being taken by AIB against Sir Anthony O’Reilly in relation to his multimillion euro debts is listed for mention before the Commercial Court th(...)

Sir Anthony O’Reilly is locked in negotiations with AIB in relation to his multimillion euro debts. Photograph: Alan Betson

Sir Anthony O’Reilly is locked in negotiations with AIB in relation to his multimillion euro debts in advance of the State-controlled bank seeking a s(...)

Allied Irish Banks (AIB) is trying to force Sir Anthony O’Reilly, the one-time billionaire and former chief executive of Independent News & Media (...)

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(...)