It encompasses the great and good of the Irish professional services landscape, three county councils, a former Attorney General, both the American Internal Revenue Service and the Irish Revenue Commissioners, as well as a couple of firms beyond these shores. The list of creditors declared by Sean Dunne in his Good Friday bankruptcy filing in Connecticut is now available on the US court system – not available without a subscription. But they can be revealed here today.
We don’t have figures yet so, we don’t know whom Sean owes what to. NAMA is not declared as a creditor, though it is possible that the creditor is named as the original bank. AIB, Bank of Ireland, Certus, IBRC, Icelandic bank Kaupthing Singer and Friedlander and Ulster Bank are all named as creditors.
Law firms, including one on the Isle of Man, property companies, surveyor firms and building management companies are amongst the creditors. NAMA Top 10 developer, Michael O’Flynn’s flagship company O’Flynn Construction is listed.
Paul Gallagher SC, the former Attorney General is out of pocket as are the top-tier law firm Arthur Cox and the lower division Beauchamps.