Barclay Brothers and Quinlan “joined at the hip” in NAMA Claridges deal, court hears


The billionaire Barclay brothers and Irish property entrepreneur Derek Quinlan were “joined at the hip”, the High Court heard today, in a deal which saw the brothers attempt to wrest control of the company that owns £1bn of five-star luxury hotels.

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