Harry Crosbie

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Harry Crosbie’s High Court case will hinge on whether he can convince the court that an August 2012 agreement with Nama was a “full and final settlement”, as he claims, or a temporary offer of forbearance, as the agency claims. Photograph: Alan Betson

Harry Crosbie, the docklands developer, is as entitled to issue lawsuits against Nama as the agency is to defend them. Unless a settlement is agreed b(...)

Nama claims Mr Crosbie failed to disclose substantial assets to the agency and paid his wife €1.4 million just prior to it taking over his loans in 2010

High Court proceedings have been issued on behalf of Dublin businessman Harry Crosbie against the National Asset Management Agency (Nama).The proceedi(...)

The Stockyard: has an overall floor area of 2,601 sq m (28,000sq ft) over six storeys and a basement car park with 30 spaces

The Saudi Arabian Cultural Bureau has bought a distinctive new building developed by Harry Crosbie at Sherriff Street in Dublin 1, for a knockdown pri(...)

Niall Saul: “The problems we’ve seen in the Garda, the Department of Justice and the charity sector are fundamentally problems of culture. When you see similar cultural issues emerge in different organisations at the same time, you have to assume they are not institution specific, and may be present in other organisations or businesses too.”

Better call Saul. Niall Saul, that is, the human resources consultant who was previously a senior executive at Irish Life & Permanent and Waterfor(...)

Harry Crosbie in happier times before the opening of the O2 arena in 2010. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

On August 3rd, 2012, McCann FitzGerald, solicitors for Nama, wrote a five-page letter to William Fry, solicitors for well-known Dublin businessman Har(...)

Harry Crosbie, near the site of the Point Village in 2007: Nama agreed to invest €32 million to finish the project. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Nobody can dispute that Harry Crosbie had a vision for Dublin.In neglected parts of the city he founded the Point music venue, now the O2, in 1988, he(...)

Harry Crosbie in the O2 Arena during its construction. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Nama decided to enforce loans of €77 million against businessman Harry Crosbie because he failed to disclose substantial assets, including three apart(...)

Nama yesterday claimed in the Commercial Court that businessman Harry Crosbie   had misappropriated funds from his companies which should have gone to Nama, and given cash gifts to his children. Photograph: Sasko Lazarov/Photocall Ireland

The National Asset Management Agency has claimed Dublin businessman Harry Crosbie failed to disclose substantial assets to the agency and paid his wif(...)

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(...)

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