Property developer Johnny Ronan has reached an agreement with the National Asset Management Agency (Nama) to refinance company debts of over €250 million.
David Drumm, the former chief executive of Anglo Irish Bank, is raising a war chest from a golden circle of developers, to fund his battle to prevent the Irish state from bringing him home to face potential criminal charges.
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A company set up by Derek Quinlan and the British investor Glenn Maud to buy the Madrid headquarters of Banco Santander for €1.9 billion has been found liable for €105 million in the High Court in London.
Michael O’Flynn, the Cork property tycoon, will begin a fundraising drive on Monday to finance his development of 600 acres of land in Ireland and five sites in Britain after he struck a deal on Friday with US fund Blackstone.
A Dublin businessman and a group of predominantly Irish investors will make about €33 million when they close the sale of an office building in Greenwich, Connecticut, on the east coast of the United States.
An Irish property developer has told a corruption inquiry how he paid a former senior Australian politician a retainer to help get his lands rezoned.