Sean Dunne

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Seán Dunne blamed Ulster Bank for forcing his hand and making him file for bankruptcy in the US, telling  The Irish Times that the bank was involved in “pure oppression and persecution”. Photograph: Frank Miller

Seán Dunne’s adjudication as a bankrupt in Ireland marks the culmination in a five-month legal effort by one of his biggest lenders, Ulster Bank.The c(...)

Gayle Killilae: Referring to a case taken by the National Asset Management Agency in another US court, Mr Coan said in a new court filing that Mr Dunne is alleged to have transferred tens of millions of dollars worth of assets to Ms Killilea, to “hinder, delay and defraud” his creditors and to avoid his debts.

The trustee managing Seán Dunne’s bankruptcy case in the US has sought a court hearing to have the property developer in contempt to force him to answ(...)

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 (...)

Sean Dunne, right, walks with his attorney James Berman, left, into Federal Court in New Haven, Connecticut USA, for a meeting with creditors yesterday. Photograph: Steve Miller/The Irish Times

Sean Dunne’s biggest creditors were blocked from questioning the bankrupt developer at a meeting in the US following a new legal complaint filed again(...)

Sean Dunne, left, walks with his attorney James Berman, right, into Federal Court in New Haven, Conn., USA

Bankruptcy proceedings against developer Sean Dunne have been adjourned at the High Court for three weeks.The action was listed before Ms Justice Eliz(...)

 Seán  Dunne and Gayle Killilea at their home in Ballsbridge  in 2008. Photograph:   Derek Speirs

Property developer Seán Dunne was last night due to hear whether his bid to avoid being made bankrupt in Ireland as well the US had been successful.Ju(...)

Michael Noonan  at the Ecofin meeting of EU finance ministers  yesterday. Photograph:  Peter Cavanagh

The Minister for Finance, Michael Noonan has confirmed that 56 Nama debtors – who owe the agency a total of €8 billion – have declared themselves bank(...)

Boomtime buy: the former UCD Veterinary College site in Ballsbridge was bought in 2005 for €171.5 million – the equivalent of €84 million an acre – but is worth just €22.5 million today

The Comer Group, the property investment business owned by Galway-born Luke and Brian Comer, has outbid up to a dozen developers to buy a 2.02-acre si(...)

Sean Dunne (second  left) walks with his attorney James Berman (right) into Federal Court in New Haven, Connecticut, yesterday.  Photograph:  Steve Miller

“That seems like a lot,” said Richard Coan, the bankruptcy trustee as he scanned details of Seán Dunne’s bankruptcy schedule which listed his personal(...)

Seán Dunne (second from left) arrives with his lawyer James Berman (right) into the Federal Court in New Haven, Connecticut, for a meeting with creditors yeterday. Photograph: Steve Miller

The official administering the US bankruptcy of developer Seán Dunne yesterday expressed incredulity at Mr Dunne’s claim that, since the transfer of a(...)

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