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The High Court was due to consider approving personal insolvency arrangements for Kevin Brophy (71) and Jacinta Rochford (66) who owe creditors €13.7m and €10.9m respectively. Stock image

The High Court was due to consider approving personal insolvency arrangements for Kevin Brophy (71) and Jacinta Rochford (66) who owe creditors €13.7m and €10.9m respectively. Stock image

The High Court was due to consider approving personal insolvency arrangements for Kevin Brophy (71) and Jacinta Rochford (66) who owe creditors €13.7m and €10.9m respectively. Stock image

A mortgage firm has objected to personal insolvency arrangements (PIAs) which would wipe out a husband and wife’s multi-million euro debt pile and safeguard their Ballsbridge home.

Property developers Kevin Brophy (71) and Jacinta Rochford (66) owe creditors €13.7m and €10.9m respectively and are seeking to have most of their debts written off in return for lump sum payments of just €25,000 to creditors.


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