Businessman O'Leary is declared bankrupt in London court

Businessman Derek O'Leary, a key figure behind the development of the Sandyford campus in south Dublin, has been declared bankrupt in London.

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Ian Kehoe

20th January, 2013

Businessman Derek O'Leary, a key figure behind the development of the Sandyford campus in south Dublin, has been declared bankrupt in London.

O'Leary was declared bankrupt on January 7, according to records filed with the UK Insolvency Service, which lists a London address, as well as his former address in Foxrock in Dublin.

His bankruptcy filing came just weeks after the National Asset Management Agency (Nama) sued him, his business partner and three related companies in...

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