The property developer Sean Dunne has filed an Assets and Liabilities statement as part of bankruptcy proceedings in the United States.
The documents reveal debts of 718 million euro - with assets of just 41 million.
His legal team meanwhile says Mr Dunne will be entitled to keep his 1 million dollar pension fund from DCD Builders.
Sean Dunne's legal team submitted the 53-page statement to a Court in Connecticut last night.
It reveals that he owes 718 million euro- over 450 million of which are to unsecured creditors.
Ulster Bank are owed 282 million euro - and NAMA over 150 million.
The bankruptcy filing reveals that he earns 22,000 dollars per month from Mountbrook USA - a company he set-up but claims to have no control over.
Mr Dunne also lists 30 million euro worth of property in Ireland - and season tickets for Twickenham and Millenium Stadium in Cardiff - worth a combined total of 4-thousand-9-hundred euro.
The submission also shows a 1 million dollar pension with DCD Builders construction company.
Mr Dunne now looks set to keep control of that fund - with his legal team saying it cannot be pursued under US bankruptcy law.