The estate of the late Des Traynor, a central figure in the Ansbacher tax evasion scandal, has made a settlement of €4m with Revenue. His name is included in the quarterly list of tax defaulters published today.
Des Traynor administered funds which paid for former Taoiseach Charlie Haughey's lifestyle.
Mr Traynor was chairman of cement giant CRH, but he also designed a complex system of tax evasion for Ireland's business elite. Funds were held offshore at Ansbacher Bank in the Cayman Islands.
His estate reached a settlement because he held an Ansbacher account and under-declared other taxes.
Also on today's Revenue list is Jack Stakelum, a former associate of Des Traynor. The retired accountant who lives in Kilpedder, Co Wicklow, made a settlement of €425,000.
He also ran the Ansbacher accounts, met Mr Haughey regularly and ensured the former Taoiseach's household expenses were paid.
Earlier this year Mr Stakelum was disqualified from involvement in the management of any company for five years. The High Court found he acted in a calculated way to facilitate tax evasion. He made a settlement for holding an Ansbacher account and under-declaring income tax.