Curistan seeks €60m damages in Anglo case

9th May, 2015

Peter Curistan, the Belfast property investor, is seeking over €60 million in damages in a new legal action against the former Anglo Irish Bank.

The businessman, who built the Odyssey entertainment centre in Belfast and the Parnell Centre on Dublin’s Parnell Street, is also suing the bank for breach of duty and negligence.

His case relates to actions taken by the bank against him in a project code-named Mars which the businessman believes...

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