Saturday 21 October 2017

Gonzaga-educated Sutherland (69) has one of the best CVs in the world. A former Fine Gael Attorney General and architect of a landmark global trade agreement, "Suds" moved to the private sector where he made his millions from boardrooms including AIB, RBS, BP and,

most importantly, as chairman

of Goldman Sachs

International.

Sutherland got a 0.52pc

slice of Goldman Sachs when

it floated in 1999 - a far bigger stake than previously thought. It has been trimmed more than the years and Goldman shares took

a hammering more than the last year. The former Lansdowne

prop forward is also an advisor to the Vatican on how to look after its billions. He has homes

in Dublin, London and Andalucía.

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