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Lynn banks eye overseas accounts

Several Irish banks are examining overseas bank accounts in Luxembourg and Portugal connected to Dublin solicitor Michael Lynn and his businesses.

17th November, 2007

Several Irish banks are examining overseas bank accounts in Luxembourg and Portugal connected to Dublin solicitor Michael Lynn and his businesses.

The banks, who are owed millions of euro by the disgraced solicitor, have identified transfers of money from Lynn accounts in Ireland to deposit accounts in both countries.

Forensic accountants employed by the banks have spent the past month analysing Lynn’s legal and financial affairs.

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