Harry Crosbie

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Nama  is seeking  €77 million summary judgment orders against Harry Crosby (above) arising from personal loans and his personal guarantees of the liabilities of two companies.  Photographer: Dara Mac Dónaill /Irish Times

The National Assets Management Agency (Nama), moved to enforce loans of some €77m against businessman Harry Crosbie after he failed to disclose substa(...)

Jacinta Doolan: “We have knowledgeable, energetic call centre staff who are very familiar with local tourist attractions and can help customers choose the right property for their holiday.” photograph: peter moloney

Trident Holiday Homes was set up in 1986 with eight properties in Dublin. Today it has over 1,000 nationwide. The company employs 36 people and(...)

Solicitors for Harry Crosbie said Nama’s demand would be ‘vigorously defended to the fullest extent’. Photograph: Collins

Businessman Harry Crosbie is resisting a bid by the National Assets Management Agency (Nama) to get €77million judgment orders against him aris(...)

The fast-growing high- tech company Dropbox is to locate its international operations centre in part of the former Aviva offices at Park Place on Hatc(...)

Facebook plans to move to top-quality office block on Grand Canal Square. Photograph: David Sleator

Facebook is to embark on a major expansion of its European headquarters in Dublin after completing legal contracts to rent almost twice the volume of (...)

A scene from Heartbeat of Home, the electrifying new music and dance spectacular from the producers of Riverdance.

At the Bord Gáis Energy Theatre punters gather to see if Riverdance team John McColgan and Moya Doherty can do it again – reboot Irish identity for an(...)

There’s something wonderfully strange going on down at the Gibson hotel, located near the O2 theatre in Dublin’s docklands.The 252-bedroomed luxury pr(...)

The National Asset Management Agency is reportedly to call in the personal borrowings of businessman Harry Crosbie. Photograph: Cyril Byrne
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Central Parcs’ Irish move Central Parcs, the UK holiday villa(...)

Harry Crosbie:  sang the praises of Nama in an interview with The Irish Times as recently as three years ago.  Photograph: Alan Betson

The nature of the relationships between the individual developers who had multimillion-euro loans from the covered banks, and the State-owned N(...)

The Vicar Street music venue on Thomas Street, Dublin, which Harry Crosbie opened in 1998. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

The Dublin Docklands, where he lives, has been central to the career of 68-yearold businessman Harry Crosbie. His father and grandfather(...)

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