Killilea fights to keep financial data from Nama

Lawyers for Killilea argue her financial records should not be shared “willy-nilly”

8th January, 2017
Gayle Killilea

Gayle Killilea, the wife of bust developer Sean Dunne, is trying to stop a US bankruptcy official from sharing “confidential financial records” with the National Asset Management Agency (Nama).

At a court hearing in Connecticut last Tuesday, lawyers for Killilea argued to block the handing over of bank records and other data to bankruptcy trustee Richard Coan, on the basis that he plans to distribute them to Nama, Ulster Bank and Irish bankruptcy...

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