Cork developer Michael O’Flynn. Photograph: Alan Betson

Cork developer Michael O’Flynn and Kildare Partners, which is backed by billionaire Ellis Short, have completed the refurbishment of a high-spec offi(...)

Developer Michael O Flynn said  he was ‘extremely disappointed’ to have had to go to court at all to defend his position

Cork developer Michael O’Flynn said outside the High Court just after lunchtime that he is “back to business” until a full trial takes place in Octobe(...)

Allied Irish Banks lent €1 million to developer Michael O’Flynn to buy racehorses in January 2008. Photograph: Courtpix

€1m racehorses Allied Irish Banks lent €1 million to developer Michael O’Flynn to buy racehorses in January 2008, just months before the credit crunch(...)

Developer Michael O’Flynn leaves the Four Courts last week. Photograph: Collins

He might be a racing fan, but developer Michael O’Flynn had few reasons to cheer during Galway week. US fund Blackstone moved to take control of his (...)

File p[icture of developer Michael O’Flynn who is due to go to court  to counter US private equity fund Blackstone’s bid to take control of his  business. Photograph:  Daragh Mc Sweeney/Provision

Developer Michael O’Flynn is due to go to court today to counter US private equity fund Blackstone’s bid to take control of his property and construct(...)

 Ellis Short: His private equity firm, Kildare Partners, recently raised a $2 billion fund to invest in Europe. Photograph:  Chung Sung-Jun/Getty Images

Kildare Partners, which is backed by billionaire Ellis Short, has bought two of the biggest shopping centres in the North for £135 million (€170 milli(...)

Developer Michael O’Flynn: ‘We note that these loans have now been sold to Blackstone and we believe this will assist us in responding to the opportunities we see in our markets in Ireland, the UK and Europe.’  Photograph: Alan Betson

Developer Michael O’Flynn’s property and construction group is unlikely to have to repay all of the €1.8 billion debt that State agency Nama is sellin(...)

Cork developer Michael O’Flynn: his Nama loans are expected to be sold for more than €1 billion and they have a rent roll of €75 million a year. Photograph:  Daragh Mac Sweeney/Provision

About €100 million of loans associated with companies owned by Cork developer Michael O’Flynn have been sold to Kildare Partners, a p(...)

 There is no plan to run down Nama’s loan book ahead of its scheduled wind-down date of 2020 but Minister for Finance Michael Noonan remains open to expressions of interest for large chunks of the loan book, a spokesman for the Department of Finance said. Photograph: David Sleator

The National Asset Management Agency will place some €2 billion in loans on the market this week. Most of the borrowing(...)

Ronan O’Gara and his wife Jessica  in Cork last night for the testimonial dinner.  Photograph: Brian McEvoy

  Former Munster, Ireland and Lions outhalf Ronan O’Gara last night said he was thrilled to be honoured in his home town when 900 gu(...)

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