Tuskar director’s assets are seized by bank

Bank of Scotland (Ireland) has seized dozens of apartments, houses and office units from a director of Tuskar Asset Management, the failed investment business.

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Ian Kehoe

21st March, 2009

Bank of Scotland (Ireland) has seized dozens of apartments, houses and office units from a director of Tuskar Asset Management, the failed investment business.

Acting on foot of personal debentures, the bank has appointed a receiver over assets belonging to Alan Hynes, a Wexford businessman and a director of a number of companies in the Tuskar group. The bank has taken control of 25 apartments, a number of houses and townhouses, and a significant number...

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