Friday May 29, 2020

BoI gets €30m judgment against Smyth

Bank of Ireland has registered a judgment against businessman Liam Smyth and several family members.

22nd February, 2015

Smyth, a retailer and property investor with an address at 8 Clyde Road, Ballsbridge, was an active speculator during the boom.

The bank is seeking €25.9 million from Smyth and €13.9 million from his wife, Ita Smyth, according to the debt watchdog Stubbs Gazette.

Five other family members had judgments registered against them by the bank for amounts between €1 million and almost €3 million.

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