The Sunday Business Write-up reports of which Seán Quinn, the Cavan industrialist that lost a fortune on Anglo Irish Lender shares, continues to be “earning EUR500, 000 each year” in consultancy fees from the organizations he when controlled. The paper says he is furthermore seeking a new share of Quinn Business Holdings, the business that claimed many of the property.
Move back to Clarence The
Post also reports that Bono, the Edge and Paddy McKillen have obtained out the financial loans of the Clarence hotel through Nama in an off-market offer. The triada previously owned the hotel, together with financier
Derek Quinlan, that is no longer engaged.
Dublin internet sites for sale Fresh Generation Houses, run by
Greg Kavanagh, has appointed international agency Eastdil Guaranteed to find purchasers for up to twenty five development websites in Dublin and around counties worth up to EUR400 million, in line with the
Sunday Periods. Avenue Funds, Cairn Homes and Cork builder Eileen O’Flynn are usually among those who may be interested.
Desmond gives in One51 The
Sunday Times likewise reports that financier
Dermot Desmond will be believed to have got spent EUR1. 6 mil buying shares in One51 last week. He is now considered to control up to and including quarter in the company, which is thought to be contemplating a flotation later this season.
Averting frustrating adverts The particular
Sunday Impartial says a brand new charter regarding advertisers is being drafted to be able to encourage a reduction in “annoying” online ads like pop-ups, overlays and other content-obscuring adverts. The Sunday Enterprise Post reports that Recibo, the Edge (above right and left) plus Paddy McKillen have bought your loans from the Clarence resort from Merek in an off-market deal. Photo: Eric Lomaz / Typically the Irish Periods