Developer Michael O’Flynn.

The National Asset Management Agency broke data-protection laws by failing to provide developers Michael and John O’Flynn with all of the personal inf(...)

Nama developer: Michael O’Flynn leaving the Four Courts in 2014. Photograph: Collins Courts

The Data Protection Commissioner will decide within two weeks whether the National Asset Management Agency failed to provide the developer brothers Mi(...)

Developer Michael O’Flynn and brother John are suing the Data Protection Commissioner

Developer brothers Michael and John O’Flynn are suing the Data Protection Commissioner over alleged delay in finalising their complaint alleging the N(...)

Developer Michael O’Flynn: The O’Flynns’ side claim the alleged leaks had a material and depreciative impact on prices achieved by both them and Nama in relation to disposal of assets from 2010-2013. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

The National Assets Management Agency (Nama) and a company of the agency “very much deny” claims they leaked “confidential” information of businessme(...)

Developer Michael O’Flynn and his brother John are suing Nama: they want proceedings  fast-tracked in the Commercial Court

Businessmen Michael and John O’Flynn and their company O’Flynn Construction Ltd have sued the National Asset Management Agency (Nama), one of its com(...)

Delevoper Michael O’Flynn: said “planning has become a lot more complicated than it should be”. Photograph: Alan Betson.

Tax breaks should be offered to incentivise entrepreneurship, property developer Michael O’Flynn has said. Speaking at the Banking & Payments Fed(...)

Developer Michael O’Flynn:    says O’Flynn Construction Group aims to build 10,000 homes, mostly in Dublin and Cork, over the next seven or eight years. Photograph:  Daragh McSweeney/Provision Developer Michael O’Flynn. Photograph: Daragh McSweeney/Provision

Property developer Michael O’Flynn aims to build 10,000 new homes over the next seven to eight years after putting together a €400 million funding pac(...)

Developer Michael O’Flynn:    says O’Flynn Construction Group aims to build 10,000 homes, mostly in Dublin and Cork, over the next seven or eight years. Photograph:  Daragh McSweeney/Provision Developer Michael O’Flynn. Photograph: Daragh McSweeney/Provision

Cork developer Michael O’Flynn has put together a funding package of €400 million to secure control of his business in Ireland from private equity g(...)

Michael O’Flynn (above) and Blackstone ended up in court after Blackstone vehicle Carbon Finance attempted to appoint receivers to the O’Flynn Group. Photograph: Sasko Lazarov/Photocall Ireland

Developer Michael O’Flynn and US fund Blackstone are set to agree a deal over the Cork businessman’s property-related debts that will end the dispute(...)

Michael O’Flynn: his group faces further repayment deadlines but the next date for a large repayment is believed not to be until 2018. Photograph: Collins

The O’Flynn Construction group, led by Cork property developer Michael O’Flynn, has submitted a plan to pay up to €400 million to US private equity(...)

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