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Hume House, Ballsbridge: was bought by Séan Dunne in 2006 for €130 million

The properties are the Bloodstone Building in the docklands district, Grand Mill Quay near the Google European headquarters on Barrow Street and Hume (...)

Arnotts’ other lender, Ulster Bank, is participating in the restructuring process. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Arnotts is working on a plan to restructure its €368.6 million debt. This includes securing a potential acquirer for the loans to the company held by (...)

 Arnotts department store on Henry Street, Dublin. Its debt pile is a legacy of the folly of the Northern Quarter commercial development pursued by former owner Richard Nesbitt and part-funded by Anglo Irish Bank. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

After five years of uncertainty about its ownership structure, the next five months will prove crucial in shaping the future of Irish retailer Arnotts(...)

I wonder what the folks over at Ulster Bank think of their former employee Colm Lyon’s attempt to eat their lunch?The Realex Payments founder, who wor(...)

British business secretary Vince Cable said he thought it probable the exchequer would retain its 81 per cent shareholding in RBS for the majority of the next parliament. Photograph: Stefan Rousseau/PA Wire

British business minister Vince Cable has indicated that Ulster Bank parent RBS will be in public hands for another five years, according to the Sunda(...)

David Duffy, chief executive of AIB, and Paul Stanley, who has been appointed chief financial officer of Ulster Bank. Photograph: Alan Betson

Following speculation earlier this summer, Ulster Bank confirmed yesterday that it has appointed Paul Stanley as chief financial officer (CFO). Mr Sta(...)

Ulster Bank reduced its loan losses in the first half of the year.

Losses at Ulster Bank fell in the first half of the year and pre-impairment operating profit rose as parent company Royal Bank of Scotland noted “enco(...)

Developer Seán Dunne: he was clearly aware of the proceedings and had done everything to thwart them, counsel for Ulster Bank said. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Developer Seán Dunne has been declared bankrupt by the High Court over his failure to discharge a judgment of some €163 million obtained against him o(...)

Mr Justice Peter Kelly: said he was satisfied to appoint as official liquidator Tom Kavanagh, of Kavanagh Fennell, the nominee of Webprint Concepts Ltd, owed some €2.3m by TCP, which has sued TCP and others over the loss of its printing contract for TCH titles.

The High Court has made orders winding up Thomas Crosbie Printers Ltd but refused to accept the company’s nominee as official liquidator and has appoi(...)

Sean Dunne attends Federal Court in New Haven, Connecticut

Ulster Bank can proceed in its attempt to make Seán Dunne bankrupt in Ireland after a US bankruptcy judge denied the developer’s application to put a (...)

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