Thursday September 24, 2020

Quinn and state back in €4.5bn secret IBRC talks

It is believed family want to retain Irish assets in return for dropping €4.5bn commercial case

13th December, 2015

Secret talks between the family of Sean Quinn and the former Anglo Irish Bank are set to begin again before Christmas in a bid to settle their €4.5 billion case against the bust lender and the state.

Talks between the sides have started and stopped several times this year since they first began in April.

The Quinns are believed to be asking to be allowed to retain some of the Irish assets formerly owned by...

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