Thursday February 27, 2020

The secrets of Quinn family's Indian connections revealed

India is the latest battleground in the Quinn-Anglo saga, writes Ian Kehoe.

13th January, 2013
Sean Quinn and his son Sean junior arriving at the High Court in Dublin last November. Photo: Photocall

It claims to own a €60 million Indian property once controlled by the Quinn family.

But Mecon FZE, a mysterious Dubai firm, has refused to disclose to the Irish courts who its actual owners are or how much it paid for the property.

With the former Anglo Irish Bank claiming that Mecon is secretly controlled by members of the Quinn family, the company's Indian directors merely told the High Court that it was not a...

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