Robert Dix

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The State-owned IBRC, which is now in liquidation, has said that members of the Quinn family, and others including Senat, were involved in an effort to unlawfully put international property worth hundreds of millions of euro, over which the IBRC held legal security, beyond the the State-owned body’s reach

A Dutch solicitor who had dealings with the international property portfolio formerly owned by the family of businessman Seán Quinn, and who was a par(...)

Former billionaire Seán Quinn arriving at the Four Courts on Thursday for the High Court action. Photograph: Collins

False documents appear to have been used to support criminal complaints in India made against Irish businessman Robert Dix, the High Court has said. (...)

Irish boardrooms are among the least diverse in Europe, and the gene pool from which non-executive directors are fished has always been relatively sha(...)

Moya Doherty and John McColgan purchased Dane’s Hollow when it was a bungalow on just one acre in 1997 for IR£900,000.

Concert promoter Peter Aiken of Aiken Promotions has bought Danes Hollow, the north Dublin coastal home of Riverdance creators Moya Doherty and John (...)

Former chief executive Mike Aynsley is now in the UK, getting on with his life. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Among the various gripes the Department of Finance had with the top management of the nationalised Anglo Irish Bank/Irish Bank Resolution Corporation,(...)

Former chairman of the Irish Bank Resolution Corporation (IBRC) Alan Dukes said the head of asset management at the bank played no part in the decision-making process around the sale of Siteserv.

The former chairman of the Irish Bank Resolution Corporation (IBRC) Alan Dukes has said the head of asset management at the bank played no part in the(...)

Catherine Murphy outside the Dail last month. File photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times

In April, Independent TD Catherine Murphy called on the Government to order a full independent inquiry into a number of IBRC transactions, including t(...)

Opportune Capital  non-executive chairman Robert Dix.

Irish property investment adviser Opportune has formed a joint venture with Eden Roc Capital to invest more than €200 million in middle-market prop(...)

The Dalata hotel group has 5,800 rooms under its control, which include about a dozen leased hotels, mostly operating under its Maldron brand.

Dalata Hotel Group, the Republic’s largest hotel company, this morning floated on the stock exchanges of Dublin and London after raising €265 milli(...)