Net tightens on Quinn family’s global property ‘lost’ millions

Ian Kehoe: The inside story of IBRC’s hunt for missing Indian cash

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Ian Kehoe

28th January, 2018

The former Anglo Irish Bank has unearthed a slew of previously unknown bank accounts across Hong Kong, Singapore, Liechtenstein and Dubai as well as corporate shells in the United Arab Emirates and the tiny, oil-rich nation of Brunei as part of an effort to reclaim global property assets it believes are still being controlled by members of the Quinn family.

The liquidators of the IBRC are also zeroing in on financial transactions in Switzerland and...

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