Border lands: Sean Quinn faces trespass claim by his former company
In new court proceedings, Sean Quinn is alleged to have trespassed on quarry lands controlled by his former business, Mannok, previously known as Quinn Industrial Holdings (QIH). A similar action was brought against the former border tycoon in Belfast earlier this year.
16th Jul, 2021 - 2 min read
Cash for gold: The story of Dubai cash withdrawals, gold bars and the Quinn family money trail
The former Anglo Irish Bank obtained startling evidence that helped force the Quinn family settle their mammoth dispute with the bank last year. That evidence has never been made public. Until now.
7th Jan, 2020 - 7 min read
“QIH executives badly served”: ex-Anglo chair Alan Dukes laments “silence and inaction by police on both sides of border”
As chair of the bank that seized Sean Quinn’s empire, Alan Dukes saw threats and intimidation first-hand. He recalls how the Quinn empire was lost, and speaks out at the lack of action on the attacks on QIH executives.
26th Nov, 2019 - 19 min read
Ian Kehoe: Fr Oliver O’Reilly has done something that courts, prison and even shadowy Balkan operatives failed to do – rattle Sean Quinn
Since the slow, sad demise of his empire began more than a decade ago, Sean Quinn has been battling adversaries – both at home and abroad. Yet, few have troubled or disturbed the industrialist quite like his local parish priest.
19th Nov, 2019 - 4 min read
Ian Kehoe: “Having rebuilt a broken company, the directors of QIH have been let down by a decade of official indifference”
The abhorrent attack on Kevin Lunney, followed by further death threats against his colleagues, has finally shunted the authorities into action. But the Garda Commissioner must explain the profound lack of progress on the 70 other acts of sabotage, intimidation and violence against the company.
1st Nov, 2019 - 6 min read
Ian Kehoe: “Sean Quinn’s perpetual revisionism and victimhood is a gross disservice to his legacy and locality“
The border tycoon has finally ended his dream of reclaiming his former throne. However, it is a shame that Quinn’s move has come years too late and lacks both grace and contrition. Sean Quinn is not the victim here.
21st Oct, 2019 - 7 min read
The inside story: Matheson and the making of the Maple 10
The role of blue-chip law firm Matheson in the Maple 10 transaction has never been fully told – until now. Today, The Currency traces the firm’s role in one of the most controversial corporate deals in Irish history.