This evening, we finally have Sean Dunne’s various statements of financial affairs. There is something deeply sad about exposing the financial minutiae of a well-lived life, and the information is brought to you here because Sean owes NAMA, and by extension the Irish state, €185m. Comments will be strictly policed, remember this is a man’s life, or at least the financial aspect of it.
The statements are lengthy at 53 pages and are brought to you here.
In summary, Sean apparently estimates his liabilities at USD 942,204,885 and his assets at USD 55,214,829 though on some summaries there are different figures.
Sean has USD 960 of cash on hand and his bank accounts disclosed have all been frozen. Amongst his listed assets are “Daily Mail Defamation Claims” – note the plural – and overpaid fees to Dublin solicitors Beauchamps.
There will be analysis here tomorrow – there is a LOT of information in the statement.